Dalby Herald - - NEWS -

Driver steals from the servo

PO­LICE are look­ing for a man they sus­pect stole fuel from a ser­vice sta­tion in Dalby. It is al­leged at roughly 3.20am a man de­scribed as Cau­casian, young, skinny build, filled up his grey Ford sedan on Dray­ton St, Dalby, be­fore driv­ing away with­out pay­ing. Po­lice are con­tin­u­ing their in­ves­ti­ga­tion and are ap­peal­ing to the pub­lic for as­sis­tance.

Un­law­ful en­ter claim in­ves­ti­gated

AN IN­VES­TI­GA­TION is on­go­ing into the al­leged un­law­ful en­ter of a home in Cun­ning­ham St, Dalby on Septem­ber 26. It is al­leged three per­sons wear­ing hooded jumpers en­tered the ad­dress and went through a pair of ve­hi­cles about 11.15pm, be­fore be­ing ap­proached by an oc­cu­pant of the house.

Road polic­ing statis­tics

DALBY Po­lice had a busy week be­tween Septem­ber 23 and 29 on Dalby roads. Over the first week of the school hol­i­days, Dalby Po­lice con­ducted 626 road­side breath tests. There were also 103 traf­fic of­fence no­tices for lifeen­dan­ger­ing of­fences handed out to mo­torists.

Bridge to have of­fi­cial open­ing

WHILE it has been in use since July, Western Downs Re­gional Coun­cil will of­fi­cially open the new Jacko Ca­vanagh Bridge to­mor­row. Res­i­dents are in­vited to at­tend the cer­e­mony headed by Mayor Paul McVeigh, which will be­gin at 10am at the bridge over Myall Creek at An­der­son Park. Cr McVeigh said it was fan­tas­tic to see the com­mu­nity em­brac­ing the new pedes­trian bridge, and en­cour­aged res­i­dents to add a ‘Love Lock’ to the struc­ture.

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