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Volunteer run CFA could take 12 months to recover after burglary

The Courier – Australia – A VOLUNTEER-run fire station which had more than $5000 of equipment stolen on Friday night says it could take up to 12 months to recover, putting in doubt much needed support for the upcoming fire season.

Summary

  • A VOLUNTEER-run fire station which had more than $5000 of equipment stolen on Friday night says it could take up to 12 months to recover, putting in doubt much needed support for the upcoming fire season.
  • It is understood to be the latest in a series of similar burglaries of CFA sheds in the last three months, with others including Warrenheip, Buninyong and Bungaree also hit in recent times.
  • Napoleons-Enfield CFA captain Robert Sobey said it was shattering for the hard-working volunteers to lose such important equipment.
  • “We’re still looking around to see what has been stolen,” CFA captain Sobey said.
  • Captain Sobey said he was keen to put out a warning to be on the look out for CFA engraved equipment.


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