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Police are looking for a man spotted defecating on the hood of a car just before 1 p.m. The car was parked in Lowing Place on April 3 when a man carrying a glass bottle in a brown paper bag made direct eye contact with a security camera and defecated on the hood. The man was unknown to the owner of the car, and the motivation for defecation is still unknown. Police have inspected the area for video footage and are now appealing to the public for any information about the man’s identity. At the time of the incident, he was wearing long black pants, a black T-shirt and white pants. Meanwhile, several cars were stolen or hacked through Griffith last weekend. Between 22.00 on April 1 and 9.45 on April 2, a car was looted on Vakaden Street, but nothing was taken away. The car was open, but there were no valuables in it. The owner did not find anything stolen. Holden Colorado was stolen April 1 from a property on Watson Road along with a wallet and some over-the-counter medications. The owner of the vehicle said he heard a car alarm that night and inspected the front of the property, but everything was fine. They went back to bed, leaving the keys and other personal belongings in the living room. READ MORE At 6:45 the next morning the vehicle was not on the roadway. Police are looking for a vehicle. Finally, on April 4, there was a return to last year’s series of car fires after a few quiet weeks. Residents of an apartment on Dixon Road said they heard a noise near their home at 2:30 a.m. and watched as two unknown individuals ran out of a car parked near a neighbor’s home. Passengers suggested that the car belonged to a neighbor, but less than an hour later there was a strong impact. The car burned well, police and firefighters responded quickly. The fire completely destroyed the car. The Griffith Police Station is available at 6969 4299 and Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000. Anonymous messages are available. Our journalists make every effort to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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