Crinigan Bushland Reserve vandalism

Morwell police have called for assistance in identifying the source of damage at Crinigan Bushland Reserve, Fairway Drive, Morwell.

Police recently received a number of reports relating to damage to plants and structures at the reserve.

Police said volunteers had reported their work was being kicked over or damaged by the time they returned the next day.

Police are asking anyone with information in relation to the damage to phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, report online at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au or message the Eyewatch Latrobe Police Service Area Facebook page.

Police advise dialling Triple Zero and reporting the occurrence if anyone witnesses activity at the time.

Morwell wallet theft

TWO women who allegedly stole a wallet from a man in Morwell have been identified and arrested.

About 11pm on Friday, 2 August, Morwell police were called to Mary Street, Morwell address in relation to a report that two women had allegedly assaulted and stolen a wallet from a man.

The 22 year-old Traralgon woman and 30 year-old Moe woman have been charged and bailed to appear in court at a later date.

Man assaulted

Traralgon police are investigating an alleged assault which occurred in Brookes Street, Traralgon near Henry Street, about 11pm on Tuesday, 26 July.

Police have been told a man was walking along Brookes Street and near the intersection of Henry Street when he was approached by another man who allegedly assaulted him.

The first man suffered a cut above his eye.

The alleged male offender is described as clean shaven, in his 30s and of stocky build.

At the time it is believed he was wearing dark clothing.

He was last seen heading towards Kay Street.

Police ask anyone with information in relation to the incident to phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, Constable Fisher at Traralgon Police on 5172 2700, report online at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au or message the Eyewatch Latrobe Police Service Area Facebook page.

Spate of graffiti

TRARALGON police are appealing to the public to help identify the vandals behind graffiti in the town.

The tag pictured has not been identified as yet.

Police are asking the public to help or report other tags they might have come across.

Police said one tag was applied to a vehicle in the Woolworths car park which CCTV did not pick up while the other was painted on fences and a garage door.

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