Handbag stolen during afternoon nap, police believe
Maryborough - Burglary
A WOMAN left her back door unlocked while she was sleeping in her home on Ann St.
In the afternoon of March 18 she locked the house before going to bed and the following morning when she woke up, she found her handbag was missing.
It's believed someone entered the house when the rear door was unlocked as there is no damage to any doors or windows.
The woman was in the lounge room with the door closed and air-conditioner running.
Maryborough - Stealing from vehicles
BETWEEN 10pm on March 18 and 7am March 19, a gas bottle was stolen from the side of a home.
The offenders gained entry underneath the home, conducted a search and have tried to gain entry to the vehicle under the house by pulling the windows down.
Aldershot - Wilful damage
SOME time between 9pm and 11pm on March 17, suspects approached a vehicle located in front of the garage.
The suspects hit the rear left panel of the car with an unknown object.
They then left the area in an unknown direction.
Maryborough - Stealing
THE informant stated she had placed her bicycle in the fenced front yard of her address.
When she got up in the morning, she noticed the bicycle was no longer there.
She said there were two bicycles in the yard and both were stolen.
The bicycles were not secured at the time of the incident.
Her bicycle is a white ladies' Repco bike.
It is a 66cm 2010 commuter bicycle.
There is a black basket over the handlebars and a back carrier.
Maryborough West - Stealing
A MAN pumped 36 litres of fuel then simply got into his car and drove away from a petrol station without paying.
The offending vehicle is described by the informant as having Queensland registration 262KMT, a 1990s Holden Rodeo dual-cab utility with a white canopy on the back.
The man had driven up and pumped 36 litres of unleaded fuel to the value of $57.10 into their vehicle.
He is described as 20-30ish, muscular build, Caucasian, wearing white t-shirt, grey shorts and may have a tattoo on his right arm.
Kawungan - Steal and unlawfully use a vehicle
ON MARCH 18 a man parked his vehicle, locked and secured at a residence in Hakea Ct.
Offenders gained entry and started the vehicle and drove away.
A few days later Gold Coast police attended Sandy Creek and Stanmore Rd in Yatala where they located the burnt out vehicle.
Police phoned the victim and they were not aware the vehicle was missing.
Urangan - Stealing
OFFENDERS entered a boat-building company by cutting a chain on a 6ft high security fence.
The informant stated he could not nominate any person who would be responsible for stealing a boat.
During the night of March 19, offenders removed property and left the scene in an unknown direction.