Welcome to our Lane Cove Weekly Review for 20 to 26 March 2017.
It has been a neighbourly week this week with some Lane Cove locals celebrating Neighbour Day. On the other hand, it has also been a week where ITC has been advised of minor break-ins.
More Branches Coming Down
Due to the wet and windy weather, more gum tree branches came down. A massive gum tree branch fell across River Road West blocking one side of the road.
Crime and Incident Report
This week there has been a spate of minor crimes, with break-ins to cars/work utes in Lane Cove North. We were advised of two incidents where tools were stolen from work utes.
There was an attempted break-in on Hinkler Crescent (Lane Cove North). The thief tried to get in via the back door and downstairs and had a car waiting for him out front.
Remember to lock all doors.
On Friday night the police and two fire trucks were at Burns Bay Road Shell Service Station – all access to the servo was blocked off. We have yet to find out why.
A reminder for everyone who parks in Lane Cove to check before opening their car door. On Saturday morning a cyclist was hit by a car door outside Coles. Luckily the cyclist wasn’t seriously hurt, but his bike was damaged and if a car had have been driving in the lane behind him, he could have been hit.
School Holidays are just a few weeks away and we have some ideas for you to keep those young ones occupied. Read our blog here – there is something for every child.
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