Police are searching for a piece of playground equipment, a motorbike and other goods stolen in Murray Bridge recently.
A four-metre-high blue, spiral-shaped plastic slide worth almost $3000 was removed from the grounds of Unity College sometime on the night of Thursday, April 2.
Police have asked anyone who knows its location to call them on 131 444.
A gold Yamaha CT3175 motorbike is also missing after being stolen from a shed at a home on Park Way, Murray Bridge on March 31 or April 1.
Tools were also taken after someone forced open a sliding door to enter the shed.
Finally, a business on Kennett Road, Murray Bridge East was targeted between 4 and 6.30am on April 5.
A seven-by-five camper trailer containing rims, disc brakes, tyres and camping items was stolen, along with four new West Lakes tyres.
The trailer was found at the end of the road, where it intersects the Old Princes Highway, a short time later.
Its hitch was missing, leading police to believe the thief or thieves abandoned it when it became disconnected from their vehicle.
Anyone who might have seen a car towing a trailer on the east side that morning, or with information about any of the thefts, should contact Crime Stoppers.
- Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or www.crimestopperssa.com.au.
Charges laid over break-in
Meanwhile, police have charged three men over a break-in in Murray Bridge before Christmas.
A safe containing cash, jewellery and other items was stolen from a house on Thomas Street on December 14.
Police arrested a 44-year-old Murray Bridge man the next day, and a 27-year-old man from Meningie in February.
But it was not until Sunday, April 5 they arrested a third man, aged 55, from Murray Bridge, and remanded him in custody.
All three will face charges of aggravated serious criminal trespassing and theft at Murray Bridge Magistrates Court.