CRIME SPREE: Multiple break-ins in Cunnamulla

Cunnamulla police are investigating a span of reported break and enters in town that happened over two days:

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Cunnamulla hotel

Officers are investigating a reported break and enter that occurred at the hotel on Saturday, February 13.

Unknown persons forced their way into the business and removed a quantity of alcohol from the fridges.

Investigations are continuing and police are urging anyone with information to contact police and quote QP2100286567.

Registration plates

Police are investigating the reported stealing of a vehicle registration plate from a parked vehicle at the Cunnamulla Tourist Park on Saturday, February 13.

Unknown offenders forcibly removed the Queensland registration plates 784ZCO.

Police are continuing their investigation and are urging anyone with information to contact police and quote QP2100288968.

Bowls club

Unknown persons have broken into the bowls club and smashed a number of windows on Sunday, February 14.

Police are still investigating the matter and urge anyone with information to contact police and quote QP2100293566.

Community pool

Police are investigating a reported break and enter that occurred at a community pool on Sunday, February 14.

Unknown persons forced entry into the canteen area and removed a number of food items and

cash.

Investigations are continuing. Anyone with information is urged to contact police and quote

QP2100294650.

Cunnamulla Police Station – 4655 8900

Crime Stoppers – 1800 333 000

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