Cobram Crime Investigation Unit detectives are appealing for public assistance following a number of burglaries in Cobram last month, Victoria Police say.
Police have been told unknown offenders broke into two houses in Cahills Road in Yarrawonga between 9.30pm and 11.30pm on Saturday 29 September.
A white Toyota Camry, water ski gear and power tools were stolen from the first house.
A Yamaha dirt bike was stolen from a shed at a house across the road.
The same offenders then attended a rural property on Pullar Road in Cobram East where they stole a Honda quad bike from a shed.
The Toyota Camry and quad bike were found burnt out on Ballanginya Track in Barooga about 2.30am on 27 September.
Investigators are still searching for the stolen dirt bike.
It is believed the same offenders stole a red Mitsubishi Triton and a green Mitsubishi Triton from an address on Fuzzards Road in Numurkah in the evening of 30 September.
They also returned to the Pullar Road address in Cobram East and stole firearms, cash and jewellery.
The red Mitsubishi Triton was found burnt out in the same location in Barooga on 1 October.
Police are keen to speak to any witnesses or anyone that may have seen any suspicious activity in these areas.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers.