Townsville crime watch, Wednesday September 13

A number of homes and vehicles have been entered during the past 24 hours between 7am to 7am in the Townsville area.

Police urge all residents to be vigilant with the security of their property. By ensuring homes and vehicles are locked and property secured, it will decrease the likelihood of becoming a victim of an opportunist crime.

Homes and vehicle entered in the past 24 hours were from the following locations:

Address House/vehicle Entry method Property Stolen
 Peacock Crescent, Condon House Accessed open carport  Cigarettes
 Wexford Crescent, Mount Low House Forced door handle  Car keys, vehicle
 Grange Court, Castle Hill House Attempted to forced door open  Entry not gained – nil stolen
 Martinez Avenue, West End House Possibly unlocked -no signs of forced entry  car keys, vehicle
 Crowle Street, Hyde Park Unit  Cut screen to security door to flick latch and force door open Car keys, vehicle
Arana Close, Douglas House Unknown- no signs of forced entry Cash, credit cards, gift vouchers, identification, handbag, wallet, car keys
 Epsom Court, Burdell House Cut screen to locked security door Entry not gained – nil stolen
Darter Street, Oonoonba House Forced door handle open Wallet with identification
Elphinstone Drive, Kirwan Vehicle Unlocked door Wallet, credit cards,
Noonan Street, Heatley Vehicle Unknown – possibly with spare key Vehicle
Bowen Road, Mundingburra Vehicle Forced window down Cash, glasses
Greenbank Pocket, Idalia Vehicle Entered vehicle parked in driveway, used remote to open garage door Remote control

 

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

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