KITT-NAPPED: Police hunt man with mullet over stolen cheetah
Bundaberg police are appealing for information from the public that may be able to help them with their investigations into a number of offences.
Cheetah statue kitt-napped
Between 2pm and 2.50pm Tuesday, two unknown men attended a business on Avoca Rd and took a cheetah garden statue.
One of the men police want to speak to in relation to the matter is described as being more than six foot tall, caucasian appearance with a mullet haircut.
The second man is described as caucasian appearance, wearing a white shirt and shoes, and tattoos on both legs near the ankle.
Both men left the business in a white Nissan Navara with black roll bars and possibly a soft cover over the tray.
Police are currently investigating the incident and are seeking assistance in identifying the vehicle and persons pictured above, who may be able to assist with inquiries in relation to the matter.
If you have information that could help, contact police and quote the reference QP2100560010.
Unlawful vehicle entries
About 1am on Wednesday, a vehicle was unlawfully entered on Targo St and a wallet containing cash was stolen from inside.
If you have information in relation to the matter to contact police and quote QP2100558841.
During Monday night, a vehicle parked on Griffith St, Bundaberg South had equipment stolen from the external area of the vehicle including a light bar and spotlights.
If you have information in relation to the matter to contact police and quote QP2100547268.
On March 18, a vehicle parked on Maryborough St, Bundaberg South was damaged and a Rhino sun seeker awning was removed.
If you have information in relation to the matter to contact police and quote QP2100525565.
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About 8am on March 19, Bundaberg Road Policing Unit were conducting patrols in the Avoca area.
An unregistered motorcycle approached the intersection of Avoca St and O'Connell St where police signalled the rider to stop.
The rider failed to stop and accelerated away from police along Avoca St.
Police are seeking assistance from members of the public to identify the rider and motorcycle involved in the incident as per the picture above.
If you do have any information in relation to the matter contact police and quote the reference QP2100522717.
If you have information that could help officers with their investigations you can report it by using the online suspicious activity form.
You can also report crime through Policelink by calling 131 444.
Information can also be reported to Crimestoppers online or by calling 1800 333 000.