Police round-up: cars stolen, boys charged

Published 5:00pm 10 November 2022

Police round-up: cars stolen, boys charged
Words by Jodie Powell

A black 2008 Jaguar coupe, Queensland registration MEOW was stolen from a house in Margate Parade, Margate overnight.

The vehicle was stolen from the front of the property between 3.30pm on November 9 and 8am on November 10,

It is believed the vehicle’s keys were removed from a table inside the house.

Youths charged

Two boys from Upper Caboolture were arrested at Bribie Island on November 9 for offences alleged to have occurred at Caboolture and Banksia Beach.

Police allege cash, iPads and a vehicle were stolen from a business in Dickson Rd, Morayfield between 8.45 and 9.10pm on November 6.

They also allege a second offender rode off on a Honda motorcycle that was also at the business.

The motorcycle has since been located, but the white Ford Fiesta hatchback, with Queensland registration 030-WXR, has not been found.

Boys in custody

Two boys have been remanded in custody after an incident on Bribie Island on November 7.

Police say the boys were disturbed by a resident in The Peninsula at Banksia Beach about 9.30pm two boys were disturbed by a resident in The Peninsula, Banksia Beach, allegedly trying to gain access to a vehicle.

Police found one of the boys at the intersection of Bibimula and Verdoni streets at Bellara and the other in a shed at a property in Quail St, Bellara.

A 17-year-old boy was charged with break and enter, two charges of unlawful use of a motor vehicle, two offences of attempted unlawful entry to a motor vehicle, obstructing police and wilful damage.

A 16-year-old boy was charged with break and enter, unlawful use of a motor vehicle and attempted unlawful entry to a motor vehicle.

They were remanded in custody to appear in the Caboolture Childrens’ Court at a later date.

Minor fire

A fire caused minor damage after something was thrown onto the driveway of a property in Bronzewing Court, Deception Bay at 8.42 pm on November 9.

A tarp used to cover property at the front of the property caught fire, causing minor damage.

Police are investigating.

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