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Walkerston burglary results in two stolen motorcycles

Two motorcycles were stolen from a business on Dutton Street, Walkerston between 5 pm on October 31 and 7:30 am on November 1. Attempts were made to steal a third.

The business has been entered from the rear of the building, although an exact entry point has not yet been confirmed. Once inside offenders have moved into an upstairs area and turned on lights – even turned on a television.

The following motorcycles have been confirmed as stolen :

  • a black coloured 2015 model BRAAP Moto3 motorcycle, no registration numbers
  • a white and red 2015 model BRAAP Moto3 motorcycle, no registration numbers

Efforts were made to move/steal a further Kawasaki dirt-bike but were not successful. We unfortunately don’t have images at this time of the stolen motorcycles to share with you through this site.

Anyone who may have information about the offence itself or the current location of either of the stolen motorcycles is encouraged to call either the Walkerston police station on 0749 592209 (not a 24 hour station), Mackay police station on 0749 683 444 or Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000 any time of the day.  The police report number to refer to is QP1701912636.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

Source: Mackay Crime Alert

Rasmussen residents get welcome visit

Tuesday, 31 October 2017 by

Rasmussen residents get welcome visit

Residents of Saltbush Boulevard, Alexander and Escriva Courts in Rasmussen received a welcome visit from police officers from the Rapid Response and Patrols who were accompanied by staff from various government departments this morning.

The visit gave residents the opportunity to discuss any concerns they had regarding crime, Centrelink payments, housing issues and any other services to assist with their living conditions.

Inspector Glenn Doyle, Co-ordinator of the Townsville Stronger Communities Action Group said residents were overwhelmed to see so many different government agencies in their street taking an interest in their area.

“These types of visits will become a regular event in areas where police have a high call for service,” Inspector Doyle said.

Source: Townsville Crime Alert

Need a JP? Coomera Station can help

Tuesday, 31 October 2017 by

Need a JP? Coomera Station can help

Justice of the Peace (JP), Mr Don Pollard joins our existing Justice of the Peace, Mr John Richardson (JP) and the team at Coomera Police Station to expand our services within the Coomera Police Division.

Mr Richardson and Mr Pollard will be able to assist the community with any JP services at the Coomera Police Station reception area from 8am to 11:30am every weekday (Monday to Friday).

No appointment necessary.

A JP in Queensland can assist you by:

  1. witnessing documents
  2. witnessing statutory declarations
  3. witnessing affidavits
  4. witnessing and administer oaths and affirmations
  5. certifying a true copy of an original document
  6. certifying a person’s identity

JP Services can also be located at your local shopping centre, community centre or after hours by contacting a JP listed here. For more information about JPs in Queensland, visit the Queensland Government website here.

Source: Gold Coast Crime Alert

Man charged over alleged stolen property – Gold Coast

Detectives from Taskforce Latro South have charged a man with property related offences after locating a large quantity of suspected stolen property at a Cutana Court residence at Ashmore on Monday October 31, 2017

It is alleged the property was gained by breaking into and stealing from cars in the Palm Beach, Ashmore and Southport areas.

Investigations led police to a 28-year-old Ashmore man who has been charged with 47 offences relating to stolen property and unlawful entry of vehicle offences.

The man appeared in the Southport Magistrates Court yesterday.

Police have released images of some of the suspected stolen property and are appealing for any members of the public that might recognise any items as theirs to contact Burleigh Heads Police establishment on (07) 55 860 444.

Police investigations are ongoing.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

Source: Brisbane Crime Alert

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