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Police Wrap – 27 July

By 27 July 2009 36

1. Isabella Plains burglary bust:

    ACT Policing has arrested a 25-year-old man on receiving stolen property charges and driving whilst disqualified.

    Police executed a search warrant on the man’s Isabella Plains home yesterday (July 26) locating a number of items alleged to have been stolen from a burglary in Harrison on July 18.

    A vehicle stolen during the burglary is yet to be recovered. The vehicle is a 2009 Holden HSV Senator ‘Signature Series’ possibly bearing ACT registration YFS05T. The vehicle is dark grey or dark aqua in colour and is the only vehicle of this make, model and colour sold in Canberra.

    Police would urge anyone who my sight this vehicle to contact ACT Policing Operations on 131-444. Please note the vehicle may not have the correct number plates displayed.

    The 25-year-old man will face the ACT Magistrates Court today (July 27) charged with driving whilst disqualified and receiving stolen property.

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36 Responses to Police Wrap – 27 July
#1
Friska4:42 pm, 27 Jul 09

oooooooo nice car

#2
fnaah4:51 pm, 27 Jul 09

Great immobiliser on those things.

Er… unless the keys were on the kitchen bench when the house was burgled, of course – that’d make it easier to pinch.

#3
dr phil5:18 pm, 27 Jul 09

By the time his insurance comes through he will be able to get a 2010 model….New for Old?

#4
Ozi5:55 pm, 27 Jul 09

Yeah, Keys nicked from the Burglary. There’s a home security lesson there for everyone, I think! Don’t leave your car keys hanging next to the front door or on a table or somewhere obvious unless you want the car in the driveway nicked as well…

#5
Spam Box7:30 pm, 27 Jul 09

Ozi said :

unless you want the car in the driveway nicked as well…

Would be fine with me ;-)

#6
farnarkler8:10 pm, 27 Jul 09

If the 25 year old has stolen property from the burglary, he probably knows who took the car. Time to bring out a pair of pliers and a blowtorch.

#7
Wraith8:45 pm, 27 Jul 09

farnarkler said :

If the 25 year old has stolen property from the burglary, he probably knows who took the car. Time to bring out a pair of pliers and a blowtorch.

And a raspberry Popsicle, and a raw piece of steak, put the blow torch on the steak, make it sizzle, whilst placing the Popsicle on the bare skin of the little prick who steals other people’s stuff, make him think he’s being cooked alive.

Scene out of a movie, and it was piss funny.

#8
Wraith8:46 pm, 27 Jul 09

Oh, and blindfold the turd, I forgot that bit

#9
frank21129:23 pm, 27 Jul 09

Ozi said :

Yeah, Keys nicked from the Burglary. There’s a home security lesson there for everyone, I think! Don’t leave your car keys hanging next to the front door or on a table or somewhere obvious unless you want the car in the driveway nicked as well…

+1

#10
rottweiler9:55 pm, 27 Jul 09

It possibly has that number plate and is either dark gray or aqua …..well which colour is it??

#11
farnarkler9:57 pm, 27 Jul 09

A towel and a bucket of water usually makes a suspect very talkative.

#12
Spam Box10:27 pm, 27 Jul 09

farnarkler said :

A towel and a bucket of water usually makes a suspect very talkative.

Care to provide a link?

#13
Pandy10:39 pm, 27 Jul 09

Try tinyurl.com/d7nwny

#14
Ivan762:03 am, 28 Jul 09

Wraith said :

farnarkler said :

If the 25 year old has stolen property from the burglary, he probably knows who took the car. Time to bring out a pair of pliers and a blowtorch.

And a raspberry Popsicle, and a raw piece of steak, put the blow torch on the steak, make it sizzle, whilst placing the Popsicle on the bare skin of the little prick who steals other people’s stuff, make him think he’s being cooked alive.

Scene out of a movie, and it was piss funny.

The punisher – Great Movie;-)

#15
Joshua2:03 am, 28 Jul 09

Ozi said :

Yeah, Keys nicked from the Burglary. There’s a home security lesson there for everyone, I think! Don’t leave your car keys hanging next to the front door or on a table or somewhere obvious unless you want the car in the driveway nicked as well…

If you buy or own a very expensive car like this its always worth getting an aftermarket (non-standard) fuel cutoff switch installed somewhere up under the dash. Mine cost $150.00 installed, by my autoelectrician and if you don’t flip the switch you’re not driving more than a couple of hundred metres before the engine cuts out even with the keys.

#16
Doctor Evil8:41 am, 28 Jul 09

Or better yet, install a well hidden GPS/GSM tracker ($300-$500) and send it a text message to find out exactly where it is.

#17
PBO10:26 am, 28 Jul 09

Doctor Evil said :

Or better yet, install a well hidden GPS/GSM tracker ($300-$500) and send it a text message to find out exactly where it is.

Or at a cost of less than $100, you could rig up some shotgun shells under your drivers seat to a kill switch (no pun intended). If they dont belong in the car “Boom”, and they wont be running away.

#18
Chopper10:45 am, 28 Jul 09

Well good luck getting the car back….Dead set

#19
SheepGroper12:45 pm, 28 Jul 09

PBO said :

Or at a cost of less than $100, you could rig up some shotgun shells under your drivers seat to a kill switch (no pun intended). If they dont belong in the car “Boom”, and they wont be running away.

As an added extra, if you’re too inebriated to remember where the kill switch is, you’ll be spared the drink driving fine.

#20
Hugh Lews1:07 pm, 28 Jul 09

DEFINATELY HAVE SEEN THAT CAR (DOWN SOUTH) ONE DAY LAST WEEK IN MY STREET.

I wondered why it was there. Parked at the end of the street.

Cops can do their own work though. I’ve got plenty on. thanks.

#21
screaming banshee6:39 pm, 28 Jul 09

My guess is the car is being/has been chopped in mitchell.

And what the hell is dark aqua.

#22
farnarkler7:20 pm, 28 Jul 09

Spam Box, wet towel and bucket of water = waterboarding. You’ve obviously never been a member of a Durban police unit.

#23
DJ7:23 pm, 28 Jul 09

Hugh Lews said :

DEFINATELY HAVE SEEN THAT CAR (DOWN SOUTH) ONE DAY LAST WEEK IN MY STREET.

I wondered why it was there. Parked at the end of the street.

Cops can do their own work though. I’ve got plenty on. thanks.

Good one Hugh… hope something happens to you and everybody else adopts your approach.

#24
vg7:46 pm, 28 Jul 09

Hugh Lews said :

DEFINATELY HAVE SEEN THAT CAR (DOWN SOUTH) ONE DAY LAST WEEK IN MY STREET.

I wondered why it was there. Parked at the end of the street.

Cops can do their own work though. I’ve got plenty on. thanks.

Too lazy to ring CrimeStoppers but you’ve got ‘plenty on’? Like what, packing your bong?

Hope the same attitude is displayed by someone who sees your stolen property

#25
crazycanberra9:49 am, 29 Jul 09

its called not being a dog more people should try it! leave the man alone hes only trying to make a living!

#26
PBO10:11 am, 29 Jul 09

crazycanberra said :

its called not being a dog more people should try it! leave the man alone hes only trying to make a living!

Are u shitting me? Go sniff some more glue and come back with a better statement. There are heaps of ways to make a living without stealing cars or taking other peoples stuff. Things like jobs, those things that people do during the week to make money. Have you heard of them? Your mate obviously has not.

What if your mum was a diabetic and i came along and took her dialysis machine? What then? Sorry, just making a living!

And this is me not taking the piss….. well it would be if i took the machine.

#27
motleychick10:37 am, 29 Jul 09

crazycanberra said :

its called not being a dog more people should try it! leave the man alone hes only trying to make a living!

WTF??? Man there are some stupid people around.

#28
VYBerlinaV8_the_one_11:19 am, 29 Jul 09

farnarkler said :

If the 25 year old has stolen property from the burglary, he probably knows who took the car. Time to bring out a pair of pliers and a blowtorch.

There’s an interesting technique used by some special forces groups that involves tying the person to a chair, then covering their eyes, nose and mouth using your hands wrapped form behind their head. It allows you to whisper in their ear whilst controlling thier vision and breathing. The technique induces panic, and is apparently very effective in getting people to speak.

As for kill switches, GPS, etc… just buy decent insurance cover. It’s a car and can be replaced.

#29
VYBerlinaV8_the_one_11:20 am, 29 Jul 09

crazycanberra said :

its called not being a dog more people should try it! leave the man alone hes only trying to make a living!

A dog is exactly what he is.

#30
FC11:21 am, 29 Jul 09

I think the “dog” code only applied if you are a criminal dobbing in another criminal. It doesn’t count for us law abiding folk.

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