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Crims steal children's toys, vouchers and Valium from home

CRIMINALS broke into a home and stole seven Barbie dolls, gift vouchers and drugs in broad daylight on Monday afternoon.

Senior Constable Dave Weber said they managed to break through the laundry door at the home on Puller St, Granville between 3.50pm and 4.30pm.

As well as taking seven Barbie dolls, three boxes of children's Shopkins toys were stolen, along with three Big W gift cards valued at $50 each.

Snr Const Weber said drugs including Valium were also snatched.

Police are urging anyone if anyone saw anything suspicious in the area to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. 

Topics:  christmas, criminals, fraser coast, police




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