POLICE BEAT: Mowers stolen from shed on Old Gayndah Rd

Dunmora enter with intent 

Between 4pm on Saturday, February 28, and 2pm Thursday, March 5, offenders have entered a six-bay shed and stolen a Rover Rancher push mower and a ride-on mower from a place on Old Gayndah Rd, Dunmora.

Urangan enter with intent 

Between 5.30pm on Thursday March 5 and 6.30am on Tuesday, March 6, offenders have used a screwdriver and entered an office area of a business on Southern Cross Ct, Urangan.

They have pushed open the door, rummaged through filing cabinets, cupboards and desk draws and taken money and two BP fuel cards.

Pialba stealing

Between 9.30am and 7.05pm on Friday, March 6, offenders have gone into the staff car park area of the Woolworths supermarket on Torquay Rd in Pialba and have taken a White Apollo Exceed Hybrid Road Bicycle that was left leaning up against a fence.

Maryborough stealing

At 11.15pm on Wednesday, March 4, offenders have entered an open garage door at a house in Ann St, Maryborough. The unknown offenders have taken an Alltrade tool case with another small tool set.

Tinana stealing 

Between 10am and 2pm on Friday ,March 6, unknown offenders have entered a house on Rosewood Ct, Tinana through an unlocked side door.

The offenders have then gone into the lounge room area, opened the door of a glass cabinet and have taken small glass vile that contained a fleck of gold and Ronson silver lighter.

The unknown offenders have then entered the main bedroom of the house and have found a card with some money in it before leaving the house.

Curra petrol drive-off 

At 3.12pm on Tuesday, March 3, an unknown man has driven a silver Holden Commodore Sedan with no registration plates into the Matilda Curra Service Station on Curra Rd, Curra.

The man got out of the vehicle and pumped some fuel into the car.

The man has driven off without making any attempt to pay for the fuel.

The man is described as Caucasian, aged in his early 30s, 1.6m tall, solid build, tanned complexion, brown hair, wearing a yellow fluoro work shirt with the black part on the front at the bottom and red, black and white board shorts.

Pialba stealing

Between 4pm on Tuesday, March 3, and 8.40am on Wednesday, March 4, unknown offenders have approached a white Mitsubishi Triton, twin ute that was parked in the driveway of a house on Hythe St, Pialba.

The offenders have gotten into the vehicle through the driver's side door and stolen money from the ashtray, a two-way radio, a remote control to the stereo, a green bag that contained tools and a Garmin GPS.

Toogoom stealing

Between 5pm on Tuesday, March 3, and 2.45pm Wednesday, March 4, unknown offenders have cut the cover of a Quintrex boat that was parked in the front yard of an address in Seaway Pde, Toogoom.

They have removed the battery, a Garmin GPS depth sounder and Shimano fishing rods with reel.

Burrum Heads stealing

Between midnight on Wednesday, February 11, and 11.59pm on Friday, February 13, offenders have approached a red Toyota Rav 4 parked in the driveway of a house on Burrum St, Burrum Heads.

Kawungan break and enter 

Between midnight on Friday, March 6, and 6am on Saturday, March 7, offenders entered a house by cutting through a fly screen and climbed through an open window.

Offenders have stolen Nintendo DS games, a laptop computer, assorted Skylander games and figurines.

The offenders left the house via the front door.

Maryborough stealing

At about 10pm on Monday, March 9, offenders have gone into the garage area of a house and have stolen some alcohol from the fridges.

The offenders were caught by the home-owner's dog barking and the home-owner themself, and have then left through the open roller door climbing over a fence.

Scarness stealing

Between 1.30pm and 6.30pm on Saturday, March 7, unknown offenders have entered an unlocked vehicle which was parked in the driveway of a Grossner St, Scarness address.

The offenders have searched through the car and have stolen a Panasonic Tablet and a Garmin GPS.



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