High school burglary: Can you help crack the case?

POLICE are asking the public for information following break-ins at Nanango State High School and a home in Wattle Camp at the weekend.

Police said an offender gained entry to the high school on Sunday between 6am and 8am.

It's unknown at this stage if anything was stolen.

Earlier at the weekend a property in Brocklehurst St, Wattle Camp was broken into.

Police are seeking information about a single cab, Mitsubishi tray back ute that was seen in the area.

Nanango police also charged a driver for hooning and drink driving offences.

Police were patrolling near Normanby St when they saw a vehicle conducting burnouts.

They allege the driver returned a positive blood alcohol reading.

They were charged with mid-range drink driving and driving a vehicle in a manner that crated unnecessary smoke and noise.

Police impounded the driver's vehicle for 90 days and issued a notice to appear in Nanango Magistrates Court.

A 47-year-old Blackbutt woman was detained by police on Saturday after she was caught with methamphetamine.

Police located the woman in a vehicle on John St at 11.45pm and allege she had a small amount of the drug.

She was charged with possession of a dangerous drug and will appear in the Nanango Magistrates Court.

There was also a car rollover on Sunday along Gayndah Rd near Oakdale.

Police said a 17-year-old female driver left the road at about 4.30pm.

The driver was taken to hospital for treatment.

Phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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