A LUXURY sports car stolen from a Birkdale home has been found at Inala.
Capalaba police said the keys were stolen when intruders entered the home’s backdoor overnight on Monday.
A handbag, inside the Jaguar when it was stolen, was found dumped on the street with $300 missing.
No other property was stolen, with the car found at Inala on Wednesday.
Police said the owners believed a person who had made a delivery to their home last year may have been responsible for the theft.
The offenders had used a car stolen from Underwood to drive to the Birkdale home, police said.
Police urged residents to be careful when talking to strangers about their assets.
Theft from vehicle
AN iPad and phone charger were stolen from an unlocked car parked on Snowdon Street overnight on January 9.
School break and enter
A DOOR to Alexandra Hills State High School’s canteen was forced open by intruders overnight on Wednesday.
Capalaba police said no property was stolen. An empty chocolate box was left behind.
A 25-YEAR-OLD woman was hit in the arm and brought to the ground by a teenage girl who tried to steal her phone.
Capalaba police said the woman had advertised the phone for sale on Gumtree.
The teenage girl, 17, had responded to the advert and arranged to meet the woman at Forestlea Court about 2pm on January 11.
The woman, who had children with her at the time, was hit in the arm by the girl who tried to steal her phone.
Capalaba police said the pair both fell to the ground during the attempted theft.
Theft from vehicle
A CREDIT card stolen from an unlocked car parked on Ganton Court overnight has been used to make payments at service stations.
Capalaba police said about $150 had been spent.
The credit card was inside a wallet stolen from the car, police said.
AN alarm at an Amalia Street home was activated after intruders entered through a window overnight on Tuesday.
Capalaba police said the window’s flyscreen was removed and a garden chair and ornament used as steps by the unknown offenders who climbed through.
No property was stolen but the home and its media room were entered.
A JAYCO camper trailer was stolen from a Willowie Crescent home between January 9 and January 12.
Capalaba police said the trailer was parked near the garage when it was stolen.
NUMBER plates have been pinched from four cars across Capalaba in the past week.
Two cars parked at Capalaba Park Shopping Centre during business hours were targeted on Tuesday.
One car parked at Denison Court was targeted overnight on Sunday and another between Friday, January 11 and Tuesday.
People were caught on CCTV trying to enter a Dan Street business about 2pm on Saturday.
Capalaba police said they were recorded checking various entry points.
A CAR stolen from Redbank Plains on Tuesday was found burnt out at Jonathon Road later that day about 10.15pm.
Witnesses to crime can contact Policelink on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Always dial Triple Zero (000) in an emergency.
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