Car stolen in two minutes: Trafalgar
 Baw Baw News   By // 14:15, Friday 11 January 2013

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A CAR was stolen from the driveway of a Trafalgar home on Wednesday while the owner ducked inside to retrieve a purse.

Update (8am 15/1/13): The owner has informed The Warragul Citizen the car was found in Nilma yesterday.


The owner left the silver 2003 Mini Cooper S, registration “BECC”, with the engine running while she went inside her Princes Highway home to collect her purse at about 9.40pm.

The car had disappeared when the owner returned approximately two minutes later.

The owner did not see anyone around the house before the car was stolen and lives next to a paddock.

Police have released an image of a similar vehicle. (Below.)


Anyone with information should contact Constable Cook at Warragul Police Station on 5622 7111, or contact Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000.

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One response to “Car stolen in two minutes: Trafalgar”

  1. John Kneebone says:

    Sadly this person will have trouble with insurance accepting liability as
    1. Keys left in ignition with motor running.
    2. Vehicle unlocked
    I wish them well with claim all the same.