The City of Whyalla are seeking assistance after their Stony Point cuttlefish site toilets were vandalised at the weekend.
It is believed thieves struck the amenities and stole the solar panels and associated electrical works on Friday June 21.
With the cuttlefish season now in full swing, Council is rushing to fix the toilets to have them back in working order as soon as possible.
Council CEO Chris Cowley said this is one of the lowest forms of theft.
“These thieves have stolen from the community of Whyalla and effectively taken money straight out of our residents’ pockets,” he said.
The matter has been reported to Whyalla Police and they’re urging anyone with information regarding to the theft, or possible resell of items below, to contact Crime Stoppers on 1300 333 000.
THE ITEMS STOLEN:
1 x 300W Solar Panel & Cabling.
2 x 260W Deep Cycle Batteries & Cabling
1 x Power Cube Box (Includes: 15A MPT Regulator, 6 x circuit breakers, Double 20A cig socket + USB, Sundaya Solar Converter Hub, Anderson Plug)
2 x panels for solar lights
1 x solar light