Tools snatched, a boat stolen and cars broken into on Coast
Steal from vehicle
TOOLS have been stolen from a toolbox in a truck parked on Meadow Dr.
Between 8pm on October 20 and 6.30am on October 23 offenders attended the address and stole the tools.
One blue King Chrome tool box with spanners and pliers valued at about $700 and a blue King Chrome tool pouch containing electrical tools worth about $300 were stolen.
The vehicle they were taken from was a white Mitsubishi truck with Queensland registration 112LZY, registered to Ergon Energy.
Steal from Person
BETWEEN 11.30pm on October 21 and 12.30am on October 22 a thief has removed a bag containing medication and other items from the Pier Park area.
Break and enter
BETWEEN 5pm on October 22 and 11am on October 23 offenders have jemmied a wooden door open on a home in Charles St, damaging the door.
The offenders broke into the dwelling and have entered all three bedrooms of the upstairs area.
The thieves removed property from the boxes but did not steal anything.
Stolen boat and trailer
A BOAT parked in vacant land on Round Island Rd and Booral Rd has been stolen.
Between 8.25 and 8.45am on October 24 offenders stole the boat which was parked on the vacant land.
The trailer was bearing Queensland registration BB3913 and the 14-foot 1965 Quintrex dinghy with a 15hp Mercury petrol outboard motor had Queensland registration BE251Q.
Steal from vehicle
ABOUT 4.30am on October 24 offenders approached the parked vehicle on East St and removed three Play-Station 4 games from the glove box.
The games stolen were Assassin's Creed, Unity, Ladborn and Witcher 3.
The informant noticed the fuse box lid was located in the driver's side foot well along with an open glove box.
A WOODEN fence paling on a Walker St fence was used to smash two windows of a victim's vehicle.
Between 7 and 8pm on October 24 offenders attended the home on Walker St.
The suspect threw the fence paling through the smashed window into the vehicle.
TYRES on a car parked in Amity St, Maryborough have been slashed.
The informant told police they noticed damage to all tyres on several vehicles on the morning of October 25.
The night before the victim and her husband heard a noise coming from the rear of the home.
There was no sign of forced entry noticed to the home or the shed.
Tyres on the cars were slashed with an unknown implement, possibly a screw driver.
Steal from business
POLICE are seeking assistance after a break-and- enter on a Maryborough Auto Parts Supply Store on Alice St which occurred about 4.50am on October 26.
Offenders have attended the business and used an unknown object to smash the lower panel of the front sliding glass door.
The offenders gained entry to the business and stole two Powertec generators, red in colour, valued at $450 each.
BETWEEN 10pm on October 27 and 6am on October 28 fishing equipment was stolen from a home on Larsen St in Urangan.
The victim told police sometime during the night offenders climbed into a rear shed window and stole fishing rods and equipment worth about $2000.
The informant stated the rear window was jemmied to open so the offenders were able to access inside the shed.