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What's making news on Bundy's police beat on Tuesday

What's making news on Bundaberg's police beat this Tuesday.
What's making news on Bundaberg's police beat this Tuesday.

Brake drama
A CAR was damaged after a white Nissan Patrol crashed into it after its owner forgot to put on the handbrake.

Bundaberg Police Sergeant Michael Prickett said the Nissan was parked in the centre car park on Woongarra St shortly after 12pm today.

Sgt Prickett said the car rolled forward and crashed the other vehicle.

Club lock-out
DESPITE the party being over at One Nightclub at the Sugarland Tavern in the early hours of yesterday, it didn't stop a woman from getting locked inside the premises.

Police received a 000 call from the woman about 2.30am, who said she had been locked inside.

It is believed one of the venue's keyholders came to unlock the door.
 

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