Property crime wrap: break-ins, thefts, damage across region
Between Tuesday December 29, 2015 and Wednesday December 30, 2015 unknown offender/s entered a house at Kirkwood and stole a blue 2010 Holden Commodore sedan bearing QLD personalised registration SIM005 from outside the house.
Between Thursday December 31, 2015 and Saturday January 2, 2016 unknown offender/s removed the registration plate from a motorcycle at an address in Glen Eden. The registration plate missing is Queensland 491MX.
On Monday December 28, 2015 unknown offender/s entered a house at Thangool and removed property.
Between Tuesday December 28, 2015 and Saturday January 2, 2016 unknown offender/s entered Biloela State High School by smashing a classroom window. The offender/s then caused serious damage to property at the school.
Between Wednesday December 30, 2015 and Thursday December 31, 2015 unknown offender/s entered the Calliope Country Club by damaging a window. The offender/s stole property and money from the club.
Between Thursday December 24, 2015 and Tuesday December 28, 2015 unknown offender/s attempted to enter a home at Mount Larcom. The offender/s failed to gain entry, but did cause some minor damage to the home.
Between Sunday December 13 and Sunday January 3 2016 unknown offender/s entered a garden shed on a property at Tannum Sands by prising the aluminium shed doors open. The offender/s then stole a ride on mower.
Gladstone Police have urged residents to be more vigilant in locking and securing homes and vehicles to decrease the chance of an opportunist crime.
To view where crime is occurring in your area visit the Queensland Police website.