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Millicent man arrested for driving unlicenced

Millicent Police have arrested a driver for driving unlicensed.

At 10.30am on 22 April, Millicent Police stoped a car on Davenport Street, for a routine driver test. 44 more words

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Police News

This week the ongoing SA Police cold case campaign, being run in conjunction with Crime Stoppers, is focusing on the disappearance of Gordon Rogers, who went missing 45 years ago and is presumed to have been murdered. 405 more words

Behaving badly -SAPOL

At 11.55pm on Friday 27 March Millicent police attended a disturbance in Fourth Street, Millicent.

Police located a man standing in the street who was shouting abuse at residents and threatening to fight them. 57 more words

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Man wanted over Nangwarry break-in

Millicent Police are seeking the assistance of the public to help identify this man following a recent break-in.

In the early hours of yesterday morning the suspect (pictured) allegedly smashed a window of a Nangwarry Service Statio,n rummaged through cupboards, unsuccessfully tried to open a safe and then fled with small speaker from an office after being disturbed by local security. 42 more words

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All the fun of a field day at Lucindale

The South East Field Days are under way today and tomorrow at Lucindale and police are there with road and firearm safety advice.

Why not wander over to the police display, just behind the secretary’s office and enjoy a chat with police? 104 more words

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Report of attempted break-in in Millicent

Police are investigating a report of a man trying to break into a house in Millicent.

Just after 1am this morning, the occupant of a house on Davenport Street, heard noises and saw a glimpse of a person trying to enter their house. 76 more words

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Man arrested for using stolen credit card

An 18-year-old Millicent man has been arrested after a stolen credit card was used at a number of Millicent businesses.

Enquiries by Millicent Police led them to the man at 2.30pm on Wednesday 18 February. 28 more words

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