Stolen plumbing equipment found dumped in Cobboboonee National Park | The Standard

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Plumbing equipment stolen from a Portland property has been found dumped in Cobboboonee National Park as police continue to search for an excellent stolen vehicle. Earlier this month, The Standard reported that a home on Garden Street had been broken into and that a white 2002 Holden Commodore had been taken. A large amount of plumbing equipment and two Engel car refrigerators, worth more than $20,000 in total, were also stolen in the barn raid. On Thursday, Detective Sergeant Jason von Tunk, of the Portland Police Crime Investigation Unit, said some of the tools had been dumped on Elbow Ford Road in Cobboboonee National Park. He said a woman taking her for a walk in the woods found the tool on Wednesday and contacted police. Detective Sergeant von Tunk said it appeared the tools had been dumped some time ago and damaged in bad weather. He said the white Holden Commodore ute remained excellent. He urged anyone with information to contact the Portland Police Crime Investigation Unit or Crime Stoppers. Our journalists work hard to provide local, current news to the community. Here’s how to access our trusted content

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