Police in the Burnett warn residents to ‘be vigilant’
MUNDUBBERA police have seen an increase in break and enters and items being stolen in the Burnett region and are reminding the community to be vigilant.
It comes after several incidences in the past few weeks, prompting police to crack down on the behaviour which has occurred in the district.
Sergeant Daniel Clarke said residents should be vigilant of suspicious behaviour in the region.
“I would like to remind people to be vigilant and to lock your vehicles and to keep an eye out for suspicious behaviour,” Sgt Clarke said.
“In your vehicle keep valuables out of sight or remove them from your vehicle.”
According to the Queensland Police Service Crime Alert Map, there were 16 break and enters in the region covering Biggenden, Eidsvold, Gayndah, Monto and Mundubbera.
Out of those crimes, eight have been solved.
In Mundubbera a motor vehicle was unlawfully entered on Lyons St and a sum of cash was stolen at the weekend.
On Friday, June 23 at around midnight, a Bouverie St business was broken into with two rolls of copper wire stolen.
In another incident near Riverleigh St, two smoke signs were stolen.
Mundubbera Police are still investigating. If you can help solve these crimes, please contact the police on 4165 4211.