Adelaide Road store suffers second jewellery theft in two months

Plus SA Police investigate the theft of irrigation gear at Woods Point.

Police are investigating the second major jewellery theft at a Murray Bridge store in as many months.

Between 4.30pm and 5pm last Tuesday, August 25, someone took nine ladies’ rings from a display cabinet at the store on Adelaide Road.

Each of the rings appeared to be gold, with various settings of diamonds or zirconia.

The same store had previously fallen victim to thieves on July 26, when two men who broke in after hours and stole thousands of dollars worth of jewellery were caught on CCTV.

Police have asked anyone with information about either theft to contact Crime Stoppers.

People who provide such information can choose to remain anonymous.

Irrigation equipment stolen at Woods Point

Police are also looking into the theft of 160 taps from a farm on Jervois Road at Woods Point.

Two bars holding the taps, used for controlling irrigation lines, were stolen sometime between June 1 and August 25.

Murray Bridge police looking into the matter have asked members of the public to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or at www.crimestopperssa.com.au if they know anything.

Photo: SA Police.