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Police are cautioning residents to lock up their tools following a spate of power tool thefts in the Pakenham/ Officer area.
According to Cardinia CIU Detective Senior Sergeant Lionel Joseph, there has been a spike in the number of power tools stolen from sheds and garages.
He advised residents to lock all garage doors and to put identifying markings on tools to assist police in the event of a theft.

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