Barossa Police respond to non-suspicious fire at Springton

Photo: File
Photo: File

Get yourself into the habit of practicing crime prevention, Barossa Police urge.

Officers recommend the public clearly mark, paint, engrave or photograph tools and property, and also record serial numbers.

They say that this not only helps to prevent thefts, it makes it more difficult for thieves to dispose of stolen items - and makes the identification and return of stolen property easier.

Tradies are also urged to be vigilant about securing their vehicle, both on and off the work site.

Keep your vehicle locked at all times.

Timely reporting can greatly assist police in stopping crime, arresting offenders and - in the case of offences such as theft - reuniting property with its lawful owner.


A 42-year-old man of no fixed address was arrested by Nuriootpa Police and charged with aggravated assault, resist arrest and driving in a manner dangerous on November 28.

A 27-year-old Gawler West man was arrested by Nuriootpa Police and charged with disorderly behaviour on November 29.


A 47-year-old woman was reported by Nuriootpa Police for driving an unregistered motor vehicle on November 27.


Power tools and an exhaust fan were stolen from a premises on Chapel Street, Kapunda, between November 15 and 18.

A dark blue mountain bike was stolen from a caravan park on Penrice Road, Nuriootpa, between November 24 and 25.

Four gold rings were stolen from a residential property on Penrice Road, Penrice, between November 4 and 23.

Spotlights from a vehicle were stolen on Kreig Street, Nuriootpa, between November 24 and 26.

A purse was stolen from a residential property on Hancock Road, Kapunda on November 20.

Various power tools were stolen from a shed on Weichert Road, Bethel, near Kapunda, on November 20.

Cabling was stolen and fence damaged on a site on South Terrace, Williamstown, between November 21 and 24.

A number of drinks were stolen from a premises on Tanunda Road, Nuriootpa on November 27.

A number plate was stolen from a motorbike at a premises on Pratt Road, Wasleys, between November 26 and 27.


Two winery frontage signs were damaged on Roenfeldt Drive, Marananga, between October 29 and 30.

Four vehicles were damaged at a property on Main Street, Kapunda, between November 21 and 28.


A non-suspicious grass fire on a vacant lot at a property on Church Road, Springton on November 28. Damage was caused to a number of old sheds, an unused caravan and 20 acres of dry stubble.


Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at you can remain anonymous.

If you notice anything suspicious in your area please call police immediately on 131 444. Timely reporting assists police in locating offenders and preventing further crime from occurring.