The assault took place on Thursday 18 September 2014 when offenders tried to remove wheels from a bicycle in a garage along Blandford Road but were disturbed by the owner.
He did not sustain any injuries.
Police Constable Cherry Thomas, of Poole police, said: At this location we recovered a number of items which do not belong to the owner.
They include marine equipment such as transceivers and cameras.
Extensive enquiries have not led to finding out who these items belong to and I would like to hear from anyone who had such items taken.
No arrests have been made.
Witnesses and anyone with information should call Dorset Police in confidence on 101 quoting incident number 18:45.
Alternatively, call the free and anonymous Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111 where mobile phone tariffs may apply.
ISSUED: 12 December 2014
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Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Oscar Austin (DDG 79) departed Naval Station Norfolk Nov.
21 for a deployment to the U.S.
6th Fleet area of responsibility (AOR).
The ship will conduct maritime security operations and provide theater security cooperation efforts within the AOR.
Oscar Austin will deploy with ScanEagle, an unmanned air vehicle (UAV) designed to provide real-time, low-altitude reconnaissance.
The crew recently participated in Baltic Operations 2014, a multinational exercise in the Baltic Sea. Exercise goals were to improve maritime safety and security through increased interoperability and cooperation among participating nations.
The crew has worked hard to prepare this ship for deployment, said Cmdr. Russel Sanchez, Oscar Austin s commanding officer.
While leaving family and friends during the holiday season can be challenging, our Sailors have been trained to execute the mission safely and efficiently.
Before deploying, Oscar Austin participated in USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7) Amphibious Ready Group (ARG)/24th Marine Expeditionary Unit s (MEU) Composite Training Unit Exercise. The crew earned their Independent Deployer Certification during the exercise, which assesses a ship s capabilities to function at tactical and operational levels.
Named for Medal of Honor recipient, Pfc. Oscar P.
Austin, United States Marine Corps, the ship was commissioned Sept.
18, 1993. Austin earned the Medal of Honor when, on Feb.
23, 1969, his observation post was subjected to a fierce ground attack by a North Vietnamese forces. When one of his companions fell unconscious, dangerously exposed to hostile fire, Austin left the relative security of his fighting hole and raced to transport the Marine to cover.
As Austin neared the fallen Marine, he saw an enemy grenade land nearby and leapt in front of the injured Marine, absorbing the effect of the detonation. When Austin reached his fallen comrade, he saw a North Vietnamese soldier aiming a weapon at his unconscious companion. With full knowledge of the probable consequences Austin threw himself between the casualty and the hostile soldier and, in so doing, was mortally wounded.
6th Fleet, headquartered in Naples, Italy, conducts a full range of maritime security operations and theater security cooperation missions in concert with coalition, joint, interagency, and other partners in order to advance security and stability in Europe and Africa.
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