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December 7, 2021

Police warning to far North coast residents

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Police are warning residents in the Kingscliff, Cabarita, Casuarina and Pottsville areas to be extra vigilant against theft.

Advice from Tweed Byron Police officers say brazen thieves ‘have the idea that these suburbs make easy picking for property and vehicle theft’.

Residents are encouraged to keep cars locked with nothing visible inside and car keys away from cars, inside homes.

 


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