Fence stolen from college

Police have appealed for information following the theft of some fence panels from a Point Cook school.

Eleven metal fence panels were allegedly stolen from Featherbrook P-9 College in Boardwalk Boulevard between Friday and Monday.

A Victoria Police spokesman said a member of the school’s faculty reported the alleged theft on Monday.

The spokesman said the dark-coloured panels, which measured six feet high and seven feet wide, were made of square tubing.

He said police believe at least two people and a vehicle would have been needed to commit the alleged theft, due to the size of the fence panels.

The police spokesman said that officers had conducted a doorknock of residences located near the school.

He said police would like to hear from anyone who saw a vehicle or people hanging around the school on Friday night, or the weekend, to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote VP41827 as the reference number.