CCTV images of two unknown offenders who police believe stole a bundle of newspapers from the service station on Walker St and then stole a pot plant from the house across the road. Photo Contributed
CCTV images of two unknown offenders who police believe stole a bundle of newspapers from the service station on Walker St and then stole a pot plant from the house across the road. Photo Contributed Contributed

CCTV images released in relation to plant stand theft

BUNDABERG police are currently investigating the theft of a unique plant stand from a home in Walker St. 

Detective Sergeant Andrew Self said sometime between 7pm Sunday, November 1 and 9am Monday, November 2 offenders stole a bundle of newspapers from the service station on Walker St and then stole a pot plant from the house across the road.

CCTV images of two unknown offenders who police believe stole a bundle of newspapers from the service station on Walker St and then stole a pot plant from the house across the road. Photo Contributed
CCTV images of two unknown offenders who police believe stole a bundle of newspapers from the service station on Walker St and then stole a pot plant from the house across the road. Photo Contributed Contributed

He said this type of offending was a nuisance and a waste of police resources.

The planter is described as:

• knee high

• powder coated bronze in colour

• antique three legged ribbon design

• weighs about 15 kg.

If you have any information in relation to the theft of this plant stand, or its current whereabouts, please contact Bundaberg Police on 4153 9111 quoting police reference number QP1501591020.



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