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Crime round-up for Friday

Crime and emergency services round-up for Friday
Crime and emergency services round-up for Friday Chris Ison

Crime and emergency services round-up for Friday:

Car stolen

MOTORISTS are urged to be on the lookout for a silver and blue Mitsubishi Lancer station wagon which was stolen from the Riverdale Caravan Park.

Police say the alleged offender gained entry to a caravan via an unlocked door while its occupants were sleeping.

The keys to the car were allegedly stolen, and the car was driven out of the caravan park.

Park occupants witnessed a man, who had been recently evicted from the park, who had been approaching people and asking if he could buy their cars.

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Rego theft

REGISTRATION plates and a car stereo were stolen from a green Holden Commodore parked by the side of the road in Marina Drive in Burnett Heads.

Police say the owner had been involved in a single-vehicle crash on Wednesday night, and had left the car by the side of the road.

When he returned, he found the left passenger window had been smashed and the stereo and registration plates had been stolen.

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or police on 4153 9111.

Wallet pinched

A WALLET containing a driver's licence and bank cards was stolen from a car parked in Norville.

Two men wearing black hoodies were seen lurking in Brown St at the time of the theft, which was believed to have happened about 10pm Wednesday.

The Toyota Hilux was unlocked at the time.

Property targeted

A BUNDABERG North packing shed has been targeted by thieves.

Police confirmed a large amount of property, including welders, were stolen from the Martins Rd shed.

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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