Report anything suspicious at construction sites, say police

APPEAL: Police have asked for people to report anything suspicious near construction sites. Reports can be made anonymously via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

APPEAL: Police have asked for people to report anything suspicious near construction sites. Reports can be made anonymously via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

POLICE have appealed for suspicious behaviour near building sites to be reported to reduce thefts.

Police crime prevention co-ordinator for the Bayside Patrol Sergeant Chris Hebblethwaite said theft from construction sites was a common occurrence and could add significant costs to the price of a new home or building.

“Offences will often occur in neighbouring streets too as offenders take the opportunity to look for that nearby unlocked car or house,” Sergeant Hebblethwaite said.

Report non-urgent matters to Policelink on 131 444.

Report crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Capalaba

Break-in

A car parked outside a house near Coolnwynpin Way was broken into about 11.15pm on September 6.

Cleveland

Arrest

A 26-year-old Silkstone man was charged with drug-driving and resisting arrest after police received reports of a person driving erratically in Queen Street about 2.40pm on September 6.

Break-in

A house on Riley Peter Place was broken into between 6.30pm on September 5 and 1pm the following day.

Theft

A handbag was stolen from a shop on Middle Street about 10am on September 6.

Victoria Point

Break-in

The window of a building at Victoria Point High School was smashed and food stolen from a refrigerator about 6pm on September 4.

From police

  • A blue 1956 MG Roadster with a soft top was stolen from the side of Mount Cotton Road at Burbank. Anyone who has information is asked to contact Policelink or Crime Stoppers.
  • Police have reminded cyclists to secure bicycles after thefts from schools, train stations and businesses in the Redlands.
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