Ballarat breakfast report: May 27

Can you guess where our breakfast report picture was taken today?

Can you guess where our breakfast report picture was taken today?

WEATHER

A wet and cold start to the morning for Ballarat and it looks like it will be continuing throughout the rest of the day. 

More light rain is predicted with temperatures reaching a top of 16 degrees. 

It is only going to get colder from here on with more rain and temperatures declining as the week goes on. 

POLICE

Local police reported  a quiet night.

However, police have released  CCTV vision and an image of a man wanted after a shooting in St Kilda East last month. 

They believe a 31-year-old Keysborough man was shot in the groin while at the Balaclava Road apartment just after 4pm on April 14. 

Police believe this man may be able to help them with their investigations into a shooting last month.

Police believe this man may be able to help them with their investigations into a shooting last month.

The victim was taken to hospital with serious but non life threatening injuries.

He has since been released and is not co-operating with police. 

Two men fled the scene on foot shortly after the incident.

The alleged offenders are of Caucasian appearance and aged in their 30s. 

Anyone with any information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit www.crimestoppers.com.au 

FIRE

The light rain and colder weather seems to be helping fire crews with no call outs for the entire night. 

AMBULANCE

A quiet night for paramedics with nothing of interest to report. 

TRAINS

All seems to be running smoothly on the Ballarat line this morning with no delays to report according to V/Line.

ON THE AGENDA

Today we will be visiting Damascus College where students have raised more than $13,000 for Caritas Australia, the Catholic Church's international aid agency. 

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