During April there were no burglaries reported to police, but there were two breaking and entering offences of businesses in Oxenford. Two cars had their number plates stolen, which were later linked to other stolen cars.
If you want to hear the full details of crimes in our area, come to the meeting at the Oxenford Youth Centre on Tuesday 12 May at 7pm.
Break and enter premises
23/04/2015 Old Pacific Highway: Unknown offenders broke into the business by forcing a skylight. The offenders have then forced a door into a storeroom and removed stock.
29/04/2015 Cottonwood Place: Unknown offenders broke into the victim business by breaking a hole in a wall. The offenders have then cut open a safe and stole cash.
12/04/2015 Michigan Drive: Unknown offender/s has forced a gate to gain access to the rear yard of the occurrence address. The offender has then towed away a Merban pop-top caravan from the rear yard.
Steal from motor vehicle
20/04/2015 Broxbourne Terrace: Unknown offender/s has entered the victim's Mercedes Benz sedan by unknown means and stolen cash and property from inside the vehicle. The vehicle was parked in the victim's driveway.
Stealing of vehicle registration plates
7/04/2015 Cottonwood Place: Unknown offender/s stole both number plates from the victim's BMW wagon. The stolen plates have since been used on a stolen BMW vehicle.
26/04/2015 Cottonwood Place: Unknown offender/s has removed the front number plate from the victim's Hyundai sedan, whilst it was parked at the Woolworths staff car park.
If you have any information in relation to any of these offences, call Coomera Police on 5519 5555 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.
Andrew Lake, Acting Inspector 6695, Operational Improvement Unit, Police Headquarters, Brisbane. (p) 3364 6045 (e) Lake.AndrewI@police.qld.gov.au.
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