Police news: Motorbikes stolen from Edmund Terrace workshop
Plus two men face court for a theft in the Mallee and two more are pinged for speeding.
Have you seen this motorbike?
The 2017 KTM 500EXCF, pictured, and a 2018 Honda CRF150, pictured below, were stolen from a business on Edmund Terrace, Murray Bridge last month, along with power tools and electronics.
Thieves jemmied a front window and entered the workshop sometime on Sunday, October 18 or Monday, October 19.
They left via a hole they cut in the business’ fence.
Anyone with information about the theft or the motorbikes’ location should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit www.crimestopperssa.com.au.
Murray Bridge pair arrested over car theft in the Mallee
Two Murray Bridge men have faced court over the theft of a car and a motorbike from a property in the Mallee.
The men, aged 44 and 23, were arrested last Tuesday at a house on Angas Street at Karoonda, where both vehicles were found.
Each man was charged with theft and illegal use of a motor vehicle, and one with driving while disqualified and breaching bail.
They were due to appear at Murray Bridge Magistrates Court last Wednesday.
The car and bike had been stolen from a property on Billiatt Road, which runs north from Lameroo to Alawoona, on Monday night or Tuesday morning.
Anyone who knows more about the theft should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit www.crimestopperssa.com.au.
Speeding drivers fined on freeway
A Murray Bridge man has been fined after allegedly being caught speeding on the South Eastern Freeway in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The 54-year-old’s Holden sedan was allegedly clocked at 149 kilometres per hour in the 110 zone at White Hill.
Police fined him on the spot and defected his car.
Only 15 minutes earlier, at 2.45am, officers had given the same treatment to a 31-year-old Northern Territory man allegedly caught speeding on the other side of the Swanport Bridge, at Long Flat.
Police allege that his Toyota sedan was doing 139km/h.