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Stolen car dumped and set alight

BURNT OUT: Police investigate after a car stolen from Kepnock overnight was dumped at Woongarra and torched. Photo Craig Warhurst/ NewsMail
BURNT OUT: Police investigate after a car stolen from Kepnock overnight was dumped at Woongarra and torched. Photo Craig Warhurst/ NewsMail Craig Warhurst

A CAR stolen from a Kepnock address during a break and enter overnight had been dumped and torched.

The car was dumped on a semi-rural property amongst a macadamia orchard on Wallace Rd at Woongarra and set alight.

Emergency services were called to the fire about 5am this morning and found the car completely destroyed.

Police are also investigating whether a ute stolen from the same Wallace Rd address and reported missing early this morning is connected.

The stolen ute has not been located and is described as a white Bravo Mazda ute.

Anyone with information is urged to call Bundaberg Police on 4153 9111 or Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000.




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