Police have released an image of a bicycle that was stolen from a Harmony Court property at the weekend.
Detective Senior Constable Craig Wastell said the residence was burgled while the owners were away.
“Personal items included computer devices and a ‘Ghost’ mountain bike,” he said.
“The mountain bike was imported from overseas and is very distinctive.”
Warrnambool police are investigating a string of home break-ins over the weekend.
Detective Senior Constable Craig Wastell, of the Warrnambool police Crime Investigation Unit, said three burglaries were reported in as many days.
He said unknown offenders attempted to gain entry to a Kelp Street address between Friday night and Sunday morning.
The offenders were unable to enter the premises and left.
Detective Senior Constable Wastell said nothing was stolen.
He said a Harmony Court property was broken into overnight on Saturday, with more than $700 worth of computer devices stolen.
Then on Saturday, unknown offenders gained entry to two residential premises under construction on Whites Road.
Detective Senior Constable Wastell said the offenders forced entry into the properties, damaging the locks.
“The houses were still under construction and nothing was taken,” he said.
Detective Senior Constable Wastell said police believed the Harmony Court break-in could be related to the attempted burglary at Kelp Street.
Anyone with information should call Warrnambool police on 5560 1333 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.