HELP WANTED: Police seek the assistance from witnesses to help solve the crimes.
HELP WANTED: Police seek the assistance from witnesses to help solve the crimes. Valerie Horton

Witness help needed to solve Maryborough break-ins

THERE were a spate of break-ins reported in to the Maryborough police on Saturday.

Police seek the assistance from witnesses to help solve the crimes.

Burglars entered into a Kelvin Grove St business between 5.45pm on April 8 and 3pm on April 4, but nothing was stolen.

In Alice St, cash, computer equipment and tools were taken from a business between 4pm on April 8 and 9am the next day. Thieves entered the premise by removing the metal pin of the warehouse's rear security door.

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In Oleander Dr, cash and a laptop pinched from a business after the rear door was jimmied open. The incident happened between 4.30pm on April 8 and 11.30am the next day.

In Nickols Rd at Walkers Point, the door to a farm shed was ripped of its hinges by offenders between April 1 and April 9, but nothing was stolen.

If have any information about any of the four businesses, call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 

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