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Geraldton Police want to reunite a number of stolen car keys to owners following Mt Tarcoola house raid

Jessica MoroneyGeraldton Guardian
Property seized from a Mount Tarcoola home include eight sets of car keys.
Camera IconProperty seized from a Mount Tarcoola home include eight sets of car keys. Credit: Amy Walsh;WA Police

Geraldton Police seized a number of car keys after a raid on a home in Mount Tarcoola and are asking anyone in the community who may be missing a set to contact the station.

On July 18, Geraldton Police raided a home in Mount Tarcoola and seized “a bag of keys” containing about eight sets of car keys, along with other items including a watch, torch and LED light.

Officer-in-charge Sen. Sgt Chris Martin said the investigation was ongoing and police were yet to lay charges but were looking to return the stolen property to the owners.

“I know myself how frustrating it is to lose a car key, the average cost of replacement is up to $800 per key,” he said.

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“Jump on the on the socials, Facebook and Twitter . . . we have a whole bunch of car keys.

“If you think any of them belong to you, then come up to the police station and we’ll try and reunite them with you as soon as we can.”

Geraldton Police encourage anyone missing a set of keys to contact 9923 4555 or attend the Geraldton Police Station quoting 180723 1025 16846 with proof of ownership.

Property seized from a Mount Tarcoola home include eight sets of car keys.
Camera IconProperty seized from a Mount Tarcoola home include eight sets of car keys. Credit: Amy Walsh;WA Police

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