Police have charged a Logan man with 21 offences after a string of alleged property offences across south east Queensland from Mooloolaba to Loganholme.
The Crestmead 29-year-old is the second man charged in relation to the alleged offences, after officers arrested a 31-year-old at a Crestmead property and charged him with more than 50 offences.
Police will allege nine lockboxes were removed from a business at Eagle Farm and forced open between January 31 and February 13.
An MG ZS used in a vehicle sharing service was then allegedly stolen from that business according to police, who also allege a second vehicle theft was attempted.
A Holden Commodore used in a vehicle sharing service was then allegedly stolen from an Ascot business through a lockbox on February 4 according to police.
Police claim the car was then used in a break and enter at a Calamvale business shortly after 4am on February 6, where a quantity of alcohol was stolen.
Police allege the business was hit by similar incidents on February 4 and February 20.
Another two vehicles, a Toyota Tarago and a Toyota Corolla, were allegedly stolen from an Eight Mile Plains business on February 8 through a lockbox.
Police say a second Toyota Corolla was then taken from the business in the early hours of February 10.
This was followed by the alleged theft of a Land Rover Discovery used in a vehicle sharing service, taken from a Mooloolaba business through a lockbox on February 15.
The final theft happened at 5am on February 19, where police allege a Nissan Pulsar used in a vehicle sharing service was stolen from a Greenslopes business through a lockbox.
Police say they took the man into custody on February 21, after searching a Crestmead property.
Officers will also allege the man acted alongside a 31-year-old man arrested on Februry 13, and the pair were involved in four break and enters at businesses across Redland Bay, Runcorn, and Wynnum West between on February 10.
The men are also accused of a break and enter at a Loganholme business on February 9, and the break and enter of a Rochedale South business on February 10.
The man was expected to face Beenleigh Magistrates Court on February 23, on nine counts of unlawful use of a motor vehicle, nine counts of enter premises and commit indictable offence, two counts of wilful damage and one count of attempted unlawful use of motor vehicle.
Detective Sergeant Leah Godfrey urged vehicle owners to think about where they keep their keys.
"Even when you do the right thing by locking your vehicle, it still isn't a deterrent to some thieves," Detective Sergeant Godfrey said.
"Always keep your keys out of sight and never leave vehicle keys lying around on tables or benches and never hide spare keys on or in the vehicle - thieves know where to look."
Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.