The Warrnambool unit of the State Emergency Service is looking for unwanted cars to be used for training.
The SES will pick up cars in the Warrnambool district area, but vehicles need to have intact wheels, doors and windows.
Warrnambool police are also seeking the owner of a piece of jewellery that was handed in during May.
Senior Constable Rebecca Wills requested anyone interested bring in to the station proof of ownership and photo ID, if possible.
There has also been some shearing equipment handed in to Koroit police station.
Items include bucket that contains combs, cutters and other related equipment.
Anyone interested please contact Koroit police station or call in to claim the items.
Warrnambool police are also looking for wanted 20-year-old woman Jaimie Lee Larson.
She's wanted on a warrant for theft-related matters.
Colac police executed a drugs warrant at an address in Cororooke this week.
A traffickable amount of cannabis and amphetamine was seized as well as a prohibited weapon.
A 55-year-old Colac man has been charged with a range of drug-related offences and was remanded in custody to appear in the Geelong Magistrates Court.
A 38-year-old Ballarat man has also been arrested and is assisting police with their inquiries in relation to the theft of a motor vehicle from Lismore.
The stolen vehicle was used in petrol thefts in the Ballarat area.
Police are also investigating a number of thefts involving bank cards and mail that were located in the stolen vehicle.
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