Orana Mid-Western Police appeal for information after golf club thefts in Narromine Shire

Police are appealing for information to locate this silver box trailer stolen from Narormine.

Police are appealing for information to locate this silver box trailer stolen from Narormine.

Orana Mid-Western Police are appealing for information after recent thefts from golf clubs in the Narromine Shire.

Police are seeking assistance from the public to locate a trailer and other property, which was stolen during a break and enter at Trangie Golf Club on Tuesday, April 23.

It is alleged a shed was broken into and a green John Deere mower stolen along with an air compressor, leaf blower, fuel containers and an unregistered motorbike which were also stolen.

It is believed that thieves also stole an unregistered silver box trailer from the club and used the trailer to tow the mower from the scene.

The silver box trailer was also used at the second break and enter at the club in a week.

On the evening of Tuesday 7 May 2019, two quad bikes were stolen during a break and enter at the Narromine Golf Club.

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A push mower, whipper snipper and motorised edger were also stolen.

One of the quad bikes have since been recovered.

Narromine Sector Police Sergeant Michael Smith said these matters are under investigation and police have not ruled out a link between the incidents.

"I am asking for the public to assist us, if they have any information about these incidents," Sergeant Smith said.

"I particularly want to locate the stolen trailer, not only to return it to it's owner, but because I believe that it may have been used in other offences and will continue to be used if it is not located.

"I also ask for the public to be on the lookout for people trying to sell suspected stolen gardening equipment, either in person or online."

Any information can be provided to Narromine Police Station 6889 1444, or Crime stoppers 1800 333 000.

Information can be given in strict confidence and police remind people not to provide information via their social media pages or make comments on posts which could compromise an investigation.