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Police after a Black Kluger of indeterminate registration

By johnboy 15 November 2011 24

ACT Policing is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a car that was stolen from a burglary last week.

A black coloured 2006 Toyota Kluger was stolen from a home in Ngunnawal between 10 pm Tuesday, November 8, and 4 am Wednesday, November 9.

The car may be using NSW registration plate AJ65SL (black on yellow) or ACT registration plate (blue on white) YHB02E.

Members of the pubic are urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via if they know the whereabouts of this car. Information can be provided anonymously.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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Chop71 2:20 pm 17 Nov 11

Captain RAAF said :

Ngunnawal…..says it all!

stands for “gunna”…. steal (somfin) while i’m “awal”

HenryBG 2:10 pm 17 Nov 11

gospeedygo said :

HenryBG said :

qbninthecity said :

HenryBG said :

They may be blissfully unaware of grammar, but at lkeast they can spell, unlike the emergency services with their “resadents”.

I’d be checking your own spelling before commenting on the mistakes of others Henry 😉

I am happy to divulge that not a red cent of your rates went into paying me to inflict erratic typography on people. ?

Your use of the word ‘typography’ is wrong.

Again, your rates were not used to fund any torturing of the english language by me, unlike the incompetent bogans who were overpaid to inflict “resadents” and a load of other rubbish on us.

Captain RAAF 12:55 pm 16 Nov 11

Ngunnawal…..says it all!

Henry82 12:51 pm 16 Nov 11

DUB said :

FFS people, same old story-when there is no constructive comments about the topic, you start to discuss grammar issues

Although I could pick apart your sentence… The issue is that someone is paid to produce statements, and they should have a ‘reasonable’ understanding of spelling and grammar.

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