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Firearms stolen from remote Monaro property – police ask for help

By Ian Campbell 10 September 2018
Jiden, 78 km north east of Cooma. Photo: Google Earth.

Jinden, 78 km north east of Cooma. Photo: Google Earth.

Monaro Police are hopeful the public might be able to help with their investigations after a number of items including firearms were stolen from a remote country property.

At about 9 am yesterday (September 9) a 69-year-old man returned to his home on Stoney Ridge Road at Jinden, about 78km north-east of Cooma, when he noticed possessions missing and a door that had been damaged.

Police have been told 14 firearms, ammunition, a white 1999 Toyota Landcruiser 4WD, power tools, and tools were stolen.

It’s believed the home may have been broken into between Wednesday, August 29 and Sunday, September 9.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Monaro Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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Clem Collier 11:49 am 13 Sep 18

There`s always been thieves.....& probably always be...….if you value your possessions.....DON`T MAKE IT EASY FOR THEM.

Hard when you`re on your own & are isolated...…..may the Karma they create catch up with them.

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