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oc­curred at a house in Gil­lies Street, Zillmere on Thurs­day, July 13 be­tween 9-10.30am. En­try was gained through an un­locked rear screen door and cash was stolen.

A SE­CURED garage area of a unit block in Kitty Hawk

Drive, Cherm­side was en­tered on July 12 be­tween 5-5.30am. A num­ber of stor­age ar­eas were bro­ken into by forc­ing doors. No prop­erty is known to be stolen at this time.

IN Carsel­dine di­vi­sion one at­tempted bur­glary, one at­tempted car theft and three bur­glar­ies oc­curred. On July 10 a fly­screen was cut at a prop­erty at Dia­mantina Cres­cent, Fitzgib­bon but en­try was not gained. On July 15 two break-ins oc­curred at Merid­ian Place, Bald Hills; some­one was ar­rested in re­la­tion to these in­ci­dents. Also on July 15 at Elliot Street, Carsel­dine some­one was ar­rested and charged with at­tempt­ing to steal a ve­hi­cle.

BOONDALL Po­lice at­tended 10 calls for ser­vice in re­la­tion to do­mes­tic vi­o­lence in the past week. Three peo­ple were charged with breach­ing a do­mes­tic vi­o­lence or­der, one po­lice ap­pli­ca­tion was made both in­ci­dents and for an­other rob­bery at a li­censed venue ear­lier this year in As­p­ley. He has been re­manded in cus­tody and will ap­pear in court in Au­gust.

BOONDALL po­lice in­ter­cepted one driver of an un­reg­is­tered, unin­sured ve­hi­cle, one dis­qual­i­fied driver and three un­li­censed driv­ers.

CARSEL­DINE po­lice charged one per­son with a high range speeding of­fence. A 27-yearold man was charged with driv­ing 112km/hr in a 70km zone on Sandgate Road, Boondall. He was also is­sued with traf­fic in­fringe­ment no­tices for fail­ing to dis­play red P plates and fail­ing to com­ply with load­ing re­quire­ments.

A BREAK-IN oc­curred be­tween July 9 and 13 at a unit in Ethel Street, Cherm­side by forc­ing a rear door. House­hold items were stolen.

CARSEL­DINE po­lice at­tended five calls for ser­vice in re­la­tion to do­mes­tic vi­o­lence in the past week. Two po­lice ap­pli­ca­tions were made for do­mes­tic vi­o­lence or­ders and three par­ties were re­ferred to sup­port ser­vices.

TRAF­FIC of­fences dealt with by Carsel­dine po­lice in­clude five un­reg­is­tered, unin­sured ve­hi­cles, three dis­qual­i­fied driv­ers and nine un­li­censed driv­ers.

PO­LICE are seek­ing pub­lic as­sis­tance af­ter a ve­hi­cle was stolen in Lutwyche on

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