CRIME: See what went down in Charleville this week.
CRIME: See what went down in Charleville this week.

CRIME WRAP: Drink drivers and smashed windows at school

Missing person search continues

CHARLEVILLE police are continuing their search for Clive Richard Rolph, reported missing in New South Wales.

The 74-year-old man of a Mackay address has been missing since October 26.

Mr Rolph was driving a blue Toyota Camry sedan with Queensland registered number 940VPN.

This vehicle was located on a property 44km west of Charleville and about 4km off the Diamantina Development Rd by a property manager on January 17 at about 8pm.

Charleville police conducted an immediate search of the property around the vehicle on January 19.

Further extensive searches of the property have been conducted by police and the SES on January 19, 20, 21 and 25, but Mr Rolph has not been located.

Police are continuing with this investigation.

Anyone with information regarding Mr Rolph can contact Charleville police on 4650 5500 or Policelink on 131 444.

Damage done to Charleville schools

UNKNOWN offenders have smashed multiple windows in a room at the Charleville School of Distance Education. The incident occurred sometime between January 17 and 18.

Also between those dates, unknown persons painted graffiti using white spray paint on numerous windows, doors and other areas of Charleville State High School.

Charleville police CIB and Scenes of Crime officers are continuing with both investigations.

 

Tyres punctured on Alfred St

AN UNKNOWN implement has been used to puncture two tyres on a vehicle located in Alfred St, Charleville.

The offender or offenders are unknown and Charleville police CIB and Scenes of Crime officers are continuing with this investigation.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police.

 

 

Break and Enters

 

BETWEEN December 30 and January 17, 2020 a dwelling house in Alfred Street, Charleville was broken into and damage was caused to other property.

Police and Scenes of Crime officers attended the residence and investigations are continuing.

Also between the January 20 and January 22, a dwelling house in Cobb Street, Charleville was broken into. Damage was caused to property within the dwelling. Police and Scenes of Crime officers attended the residence and investigations are continuing.

 

Graffiti vandalism continues

BETWEEN January 18 and January 19, unknown persons have sprayed graffiti using black spray paint on a house located in Burcher Street, Charleville.

Between these same dates unknown persons have sprayed graffiti using black spray paint on a Nissan Navara Utility which was parked outside a dwelling house located in Burcher Street, Charleville. Charleville Police, CIB and Scenes of Crime officers are continuing with both investigations.

Anyone with information can call Charleville Police on 4650 5500 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 

 

Drink Driving


AUSTRALIA Day festivities must have got too rowdy for one man who was charged with drink driving.

On January 26 at about 7.45pm Charleville Police intercepted a Toyota Hilux utility being driven by a 65 year old Charleville man in Eyre Street, Charleville for the purpose of a random breath test.

The man was conveyed to the Charleville Police Station for a further breath test.

He was issued with a Notice to Appear in the Charleville Magistrates Court on February 18 for driving while under the influence.

 

 

Lock it or Lose it

CHARLEVILLE Police are reminding the community to ensure that their houses and vehicles are locked and secured and any valuables removed from within vehicles. As has occurred on a number of occasions within the last fortnight - Opportunistic theft occurs when valuables are left in unlocked vehicles or dwellings left insecure.

Traffic Enforcement Operation


CHARLEVILLE Police are continuing with ongoing traffic enforcement operations.

Police will be performing traffic enforcement using radar, patrols, speed camera and random breath and drug drive testing as part of an ongoing commitment to reducing road trauma.

Charleville Western Times

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