Police are looking for a silver Holden Colorado wagon stolen from Elingamite, south-west of Cobden, overnight on Saturday.
Detective Senior Constable Stuart Sims, of the Colac police crime investigation unit, said the 2015 model vehicle - registration plate number 1GX-2TZ - was still missing.
He said two iPads were also stolen from the property.
The car was valued at about $30,000 and the iPads $500 each.
The burglary and thefts happened between 3.30pm Saturday and 10.30am Sunday while the occupants were away overnight.
In a separate case, a Colac man, 22, was interviewed on Monday in relation to a large alleged fraud.
Police claim the man was working in information/technology in Western Australia when he accessed accounts related to four government backed agencies.
Those agencies were Australian Wildlife, Therapy Focus, WA Identity and a property group.
Detective Senior Constable Sims said the fraud investigation was ongoing but he expected the amount stolen would be alleged to be at least $50,000.
He said the man would be charged on summons to appear in the Colac Magistrates Court at a later date in relation to fraud and deception related charges.
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