Police have called on residents to help them locate Melton’s ‘most wanted’ offenders.
Star Weekly, in partnership with Victoria Police, today launched a new series calling on residents to help police clean up the streets.
Melton’s Most Wanted will be a regular feature in our print edition. It will also be posted on Melton & Moorabool Star Weekly’s Facebook page and online at www.starweekly.com.au
Victoria Police Inspector Dave Byrt said everyone can, and should, contribute to community safety.
“The community are our eyes and ears, and our success in this regard depends on community participation,” he said.
“I would encourage everyone to closely follow Melton’s Most Wanted and Star Weekly, and contact Crime Stoppers if they have any information concerning these persons of interest.”
Star Weekly’s editor-in-chief Stephen Linnell said it is important the whole community get behind Melton police.
“Our police do a fantastic job. But they need the community to help them,” he said.
“This initiative will hopefully result in offenders being tracked down, caught and dealt with by the courts.
“We urge the community to share our Facebook posts and the images in print and online, to help our police.”
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these offenders should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or local police on 9747 7999.
Sherine Bonnici (15/01/1977)
At the Sunshine Magistrates’ Court on August 26, 2016, Sherice Bonnici failed to appear to answer charges including handling stolen goods, theft, possessing of a drug of dependence, carry a prohibited weapon and traffic offences. Ten warrants to arrest were issued on this date. Police are seeking information as to the current whereabouts of Bonnici.
Vane Stojcev (03/07/1984)
At the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on September 23, 2016, Vane Stojcev failed to appear to answer charges, including theft of motor vehicle, theft, handle stolen goods, criminal damaged, failing to answer bail and traffic matters. Ten warrants are in existence for STOJEC’s arrest. Police are seeking information as to the current whereabouts of Stojcev.
At 9.15pm on the 14th of November 2016, the man pictured above attended at a service station in Rockbank where he filled his vehicle with unleaded petrol to the value of $20. He then drove off without making any attempt to pay for the petrol. Police are seeking to identify the above male.