We ask you secure items such as tools etc. as best you can, and where possible, padlock access to all fuels.
People are asked to report any behaviour which seem suspicious, such as people or vehicles where they shouldn’t be, venturing onto properties and camping in unusual areas.
If you see something, report it to the Dumbleyung Police on the below contact details, or ring Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.
Dumbleyung Police will be conducting regular patrols of the rural areas, in conjunction with Lake Grace Police, who are very keen to assist in the prevention of theft in our district.
Preventing farm theft is a job for everyone in the community, and the additional eyes and ears of our farming community are a valuable tool in assisting police to apprehend any perpetrators committing these crimes. Be extra vigilant in checking your properties for suspicious behaviour and be vigilant in reporting strange vehicles on both your neighbour’s and surrounding properties.
Dumbleyung Police wish all or our men and women on the land, a fruitful and successful 2018 season.
Alby VAN DEN BERG - | Sergeant 9039 | Officer in Charge – Dumbleyung Police Station | 34-36 Absolon Street, Dumbleyung, WA 6350, PO Box 165 | Tel: (08) 9863 4143 | Fax: (08) 9863 4220 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Twitter: @DumbleyungPol