Tamworth region break-ins: Oxley police appeal for information after Rural Fire Service (RFS) sheds broken into in Breeza, Currabubula and Somerton

Anna Falkenmire
October 9 2021 - 5:30am
DISAPPOINTED: Tamworth Rural Fire Service acting manager Inspector Scott Mack said specialist equipment was stolen. Photo: Gareth Gardner 071021GGE01
DISAPPOINTED: Tamworth Rural Fire Service acting manager Inspector Scott Mack said specialist equipment was stolen. Photo: Gareth Gardner 071021GGE01

SPECIALIST firefighting and rescue equipment has been stolen in three separate break-ins at local fire sheds in what's been slammed as a "disgusting" act.

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Anna Falkenmire

Police and crime reporter at the Newcastle Herald. Email: afalkenmire@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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