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Battery, radio stolen from parked car near Wagga | The Daily Advertiser

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A YOUNG Wagga woman has been left shocked at the “low level” criminals have stooped to after parts of her father’s car were stolen. Nikita Hare said the vehicle was left parked between Coolamon and Wagga along Coolamon Road last week after running out of petrol – a place she thought would be safe until the car could be towed. “I needed to get my own car registered, so my partner, brother and I were taking dad’s car from Ganmain back into Wagga, only it didn’t have enough petrol so it got stuck halfway,” she said. “That was on Tuesday night, and the earliest I could get a trailer booked to move the car was for Sunday, yet when we went back then to grab it, my partner tried to start the car and it didn’t work.” IN OTHER…



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