Police are looking for help from the public to find nine vehicles stolen across the Moreton Bay region in recent weeks.
Moreton Community Engagement Officer Senior-Constable Jo Arthur says motorists can deter would-be thieves by removing all valuables from vehicles, ensuring vehicles are locked, not leaving spare keys in the car and ensuring homes are secure.
See the vehicles
A silver 2022 Toyota LandCruiser utility, registration FT4R was stolen from Joyner on September 30.
A silver 2003 Toyota Camry sedan, registration 363-ZOJ was stolen from Caboolture on September 17.
A white 2017 Toyota LandCruiser station wagon, registration 775-XFC was stolen from Newport on September 18.
A grey 2020 Toyota LandCruiser station wagon, registration EKU-30S was stolen from Newport between September 17 and 18.
A white 2013 Suzuki DR650 motorcycle, registration 154KU was stolen from Margate between September 17 and 184.
A white 2014 Kawasaki EX300b motorcycle, registration 824UW was stolen from Margate on September 24.
A black 2022 Ford Ranger utility, registration 160-EQ9 was stolen from Murrumba Downs between September 25 and 26.
A silver 2016 Kia Cerato, registration 818-YAG was stolen from Bribie Island between September 28 and 29.
A white 2012 Holden Commodore sedan, registration 211-VNG was stolen from Lawnton on September 13.
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