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Stolen car rammed into Pialba fence and driven away

A STOLEN car was driven through a fence at Pialba on Tuesday night.

The blue sedan was taken from Chancellor Dr, Sergeant Paul Behrens said, and rammed through a front fence on Limpus St during the getaway.

"The bumper bar was left behind with the rego plate," he said.

Anyone with any information on the theft of the car with registration details of 027GJH should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  car, getaway, hervey bay, pialba, police, stolen




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