There were nine crimes reported to police during June, including three burglaries. In one burglary, the offenders walked into the house and stole the keys to a car whilst the residents were home. With immobilisers in cars today, offenders will actually break into a house, solely to steal a car. Whenever possible, keys should be stored out of sight, e.g. a drawer or similar.
18/06/2016 Regatta Avenue: Unknown offender/s has entered the open garage at the victim's house, picked up the car keys from the hallway near the garage and driven off with the victim's Audi sedan.
24/06/2016 Regatta Avenue: Unknown offender/s has gained entry to the victim's house by jemmying the front door. A large amount of jewellery was stolen.
25/06/2016 Stolle Court: Unknown offender/s has force a side gate and smashed a laundry window to gain entry to the victim's house. A messy search was conducted but it is unknown if any property has been stolen.
Break and enter premises
06/06/2016 Riversdale Road: SOLVED: The offender gained entry to the baseball club canteen by forcing the roller door. Food was stolen and other property scattered across the oval. Offender charged with multiple offences.
Theft of motor vehicle
14/06/2016 Michigan Drive: SOLVED: The victim's Nissan sedan was parked in the front yard of his property. The male offender has gained entry to the car and driven off in it. The vehicle was located at Logan Reserve when a witness disturbed the offender in the car.
Steal from motor vehicle
20/06/2016 Hoad Court: Unknown offender/s in a grey Holden utility have removed 3 sacks containing copper 'earths' from the tray of a truck parked at the incident address.
26/06/2016 Maple Court: Unknown offender/s has removed the tonneau and support bars from the rear of the victim's Holden utility whilst it was parked.
05/06/2016 Global Plaza: Unknown offender/s has scratched both sides of the victim's Landrover 4x4 wagon whilst parked in the Aldi car park.
22/06/2016 Eucalyptus Court: Unknown offender has smashed the kitchen glass sliding door with a large rock.
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, Senior Sergeant 6695, Operational Improvement Unit, Police Headquarters, Brisbane. (p) 3364 6045 (e) Lake.AndrewI@police.qld.gov.au .
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