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Thieves return to remove more copper wire from floodlights at Shoalhaven AFL field
Following the recent theft of copper wiring from floodlights and illuminators at the Thompson Street Complex, Sussex Inlet Sports Field and Vincentia Sports field last month, Shoalhaven Council has advised that West Ulladulla Sports Park’s AFL field has also been targeted by thieves.
Only three of the eight light towers were working following the theft of a large amount of copper wiring with tools located in the pits. The sports park’s electricals have been isolated and Police are investigating the incident, alongside the previous thefts at the other sports fields in the region, which occurred a week prior.
The Council issued a statement advising "Shoalhaven City would like to remind residents to keep an eye out on our sports fields and to contact (NSW) Police if they see anything suspicious."
The community is also being encouraged to come forward with any information relating to the previous attacks by calling Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
26th September 2019 - Shoalhaven City Council delivers updated online access to aquatic and fitness facilities
23rd September 2019 - Thieves remove copper wiring from floodlights at Shoalhaven sports fields
20th September 2019 - GLG releases cloud-based sports field lighting control solution
31st July 2017 - Construction underway on Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Stadium
13th May 2017 - Vandals damage Casey sports facility
13th January 2016 - Counting the cost of beach theft
18th February 2015 - Report shows Australian sport at risk from organised crime
7th February 2013 - Drugs and crime report rocks Australian sport
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