A female Canberra driver crossed an intersection and crashed into a car, causing it to roll several times on George Bass Drive, Sunday, January 17.
The female driver of a blue car was travelling east from Iluka Avenue, Malua Bay, when she crossed through an intersection and crashed into a white car travelling along George Bass Drive at about 12pm.
Police said the male driver of the white car was from Surf Beach. His car rolled several times before coming to a stop upright on its wheels. Multiple people where in the vehicles.
NSW Ambulance said five ambulance crews attended and assessed all people involved in the crash. One adult was taken to Moruya hospital in a stable condition.
Police urge the community to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity after a package was stolen from a home on Pacific Road, Surf Beach.
Police said thieves targeted couriers and stole a package of new clothes that was delivered between 4pm-5pm on January 4.
'Don't leave valuables in car'
A wallet and contents were stolen from a car parked onVista Avenue, Catalina, on Saturday, January 16.
Police said the vehicle's rear quarter window was smashed and items stolen sometime during Saturday evening and early Sunday morning.
"Don't leave valuables in your car," a police spokesman said.
Have you seen Alan Potts?
Police continue their search for Alan Potts who is known to frequent Batemans Bay, Moruya, Narooma and Nowra.
Mr Potts is wanted by police for an outstanding warrant in relation to alleged vehicle theft and traffic offences.
Mr Potts is 45-years-old, approximately 178 centimetres tall and slim build. The public are urged not to approach this person and to immediately contact Triple Zero (000) if sighted.
Any information can be reported to Batemans Bay Police on 44720099 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000.
Damage to Suzuki Swift
Police said a red Suzuki Swift was scratched from one end to the other while parked at Albert Street, Moruya.
The damage occurred some time between Sunday, January 17 and 9am Monday, January 18.
Police ask anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000.
Bike theft at Narooma
Sometime during the evening of Thursday, January 14 and early morning Friday, January 15, a blue-coloured Reid MTB Sports Mountain Bike was stolen from a caravan park on the Princes Highway, Narooma.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the bike is urged to contact Batemans Bay Police Station on 4472 0099 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000.