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Farms on Crowley's Road being Targeted

There has been quite a few Break and enters happening on Crowley's Road . Would you have any information to help police? Stephen Smith Joined me this morningt.

 

Three motorbikes stolen during break in, Racecourse

A shed at a rural acreage on Crowleys Road, Racecourse, has been entered between 12am on May 10 and 12am on May 12, resulting in the alleged theft of three motorbikes.

It is not known if the shed door which was the point of entry was secured at the time.

While we are not able to share images of the stolen motorbikes, we are able to provide the following descriptions :

  • a green Kawasaki 110 off road motorbike, not registered
  • a KTM, ktm50sx model mini-bike motorcycle, not registered
  • a yellow 2016 model Yamaha wr250f, registration number 987 RJ.

Anyone who has information about the current location of these stolen motorbikes or the offence itself is encouraged to contact police as soon as possible and quote police reference number QP1900924868.

Police would like to remind you that burglars accessing properties often look for a potential unsecured entry point (unlocked doors and windows).

They will also consistently check out external garage, sheds and granny flats if it is possible to do so as well.  Secured doors and windows frustrate thieves and can deter them.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.