May 13, 2022
Wondai police have released a photograph of a vehicle believed to be linked to break-ins at two premises in the Wondai Industrial Estate.
The incidents occurred between 1:20am and 5:30am on May 4.
About 30 gold and silver rings with gemstones, an electric angle grinder, extension leads, radiators, vehicle and forklift spare parts, a surveyor’s laser level, large nail gun in a yellow case and other items were stolen from several sheds in North Street.
The offenders also cut copper battery cables from a number of vehicles parked at the location, and made a hole in the rear chain mesh fence to remove the items and place them into a nearby vehicle.
The thieves also entered the yard of a Bunya Avenue business and packed up a camper trailer on display in the yard before attaching it to a vehicle and driving away.
The trailer is a 2009 camper trailer, Queensland registration CX-6070.
The suspect vehicle is a white, two-wheel-drive trayback utility with a ladder rack fitted to the rear of the tray.
Anyone who has information on the above incidents is asked to phone Policelink on 13-14-44 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers on 1800-333-000.
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