Tinny taken, and other news from the Forbes police beat

Contact Forbes police on 6853 9999.
Contact Forbes police on 6853 9999.

A tinny, boat motor and fishing gear have been stolen from the river at a Warrul Road property.

Police report the boat was tied up on February 1, and discovered missing on Saturday.

Binoculars and coins have been stolen in a break-and-enter at a Patterson Street address.

Offenders removed a flyscreen from a window to gain access to the property between 9am on Saturday and 11am Sunday, a police spokesperson said, and the fingerprint team will attend.

Coins were also taken from a vehicle parked in Patterson Street on Saturday night, police added.

Police are investigating a trespassing at the local landfill. Unknown persons have cut holes in the fence to access the property.

Police are investigating a report of a stolen vehicle. The 2007 black Holden Rodeo has the number plate CU56YS and anyone with information about this or any other matters is urged to contact Forbes police on 6853 9999.

A man has been issued with a $344 infringement notice for not wearing his helmet while riding a pushbike. Police stopped the rider in Thompson Street on Friday afternoon.

Two youths have been barred from a local fast food outlet due to antisocial behaviour.

A brown leather wallet was lost in a Rankin Street licensed premises on Friday night. If it's found, you can take it to Forbes police station to return it to the owner.