The cold weather might have dampened petty crime, with Junee Police Inspector Rob Vergano only reporting one criminal incident that has occurred in the past couple of weeks.
On Tuesday June 12 between 6am and 6pm, an unknown person or group of people attended a rural property on Bethungra Road, Eurongilly, about 21 kilometers south east of Junee.
The offender or offenders allegedly stole 200 litres of diesel fuel from a fuel browser.
Police have reviewed the CCTV footage from a nearby property on Bethungra Road and are asking anyone who may have information, or recall seeing a suspicious vehicle to contact Junee Police on 6924 1144 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Inspector Vergano is asking residents to assist the police in the deterrence of rural related crime by:
There is a reminder that the NSW Firearms Amnesty commences on July 1st running through until the 30th of September 2018.
Further information on the Firearms Amnesty can be found on the NSW police website: www.police.nsw.gov.au