April 1, 2020
Police are appealing for help to locate a stolen vehicle and its occupants who are believed to be responsible for break and enters in the South Burnett, Moreton Bay and Gold Coast areas.
The photograph, above, was captured during a diesel drive-off at Molendinar on March 25 where a man was observed filling up a white 2013 Toyota Landcruiser bearing Queensland registration, 096-TNE.
Two days later three people from a Toyota LandCruiser broke into the Colinton service station on the D’Aguilar Highway where they allegedly stole packets of cigarettes, cash and tools.
On Monday (March 29), the stolen Toyota LandCruiser was used to take a boat and boat trailer from a Dunbarton Avenue address in Bundall.
The boat and trailer were located the following day in Nanango after information was received about the vessel being detached from the 4WD.
The LandCruiser was later sighted on the same day at Wyalla, north of Nanango, where a yellow Nissan Patrol with Queensland registration 114-HCB was also stolen.
On Thursday afternoon (March 31) the same Toyota LandCruiser, fitted with stolen plates, attended a large hardware store where the occupants took items.
The LandCruiser, which was stolen from a Robina address last month, was last sighted by police heading north on Murgon-Kilcoy Road on Thursday, where it evaded them.
Anyone with any information about any of the incidents is urged to contact police.
Investigations are continuing.