Burglaries under investigation

Police are investigating two burglaries which occurred between 4 and 6 October in Morwell.

According to police, between 4 and 6 October unknown offenders forced their way through the rear of a business in Rintoull Street. A laptop and cash tins were targeted.

While between 10pm and 11pm on Sunday, 5 October, unknown offenders smashed a window at the GippsTAFE Aboriginal Learning Centre on Princes Drive to gain access to the building. While hundreds of dollars of damage has been caused, evidence suggests nothing has been stolen, police said.

Police ask anyone with information in relation to either incident to phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Appeal for robbery witnesses

Police are appealing for witnesses to an alleged robbery in Morwell earlier this month.

According to police, on Saturday, 4 October about 4.40pm, two men approached three separate men and demanded personal possessions be handed over.

The incident occurred in the vicinity of the Morwell Train Station underpass.

The offenders are described as Caucasian, aged in their 20s and were wearing shorts and T-shirts.

The offenders were last seen running along Church Street, Morwell.

Anyone who witnessed anything in relation to this is asked to phone Crime Stoppers or Latrobe Crime Investigation Unit on 5131 5000.

Ice, cannabis seized

TWO women have been charged after Moe police executed two search warrants in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

They seized cannabis at a Wirraway Street house, charging a 32 year-old woman with possessing and using a drug of dependence.

Ice and prescription medication was seized at a Prince Street house, with a 26 year-old woman charged with use and possession of amphetamine and use and possession of prescription medication.

The women have been bailed to appear in the Latrobe Valley Magistrates’ Court in November.