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Teenager avoids court over two attempted Roma break-ins

A 14-year-old boy has dodged court after being cautioned in relation to two break-ins in Roma.

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Local police caught up with the juvenile about 3pm on March 4 in relation to an attempted break in at Woolworths and Flash’s Convenience Store at the end of Duke St.

Constable Rory Akermanis said the teenager has been cautioned in relation to the matters.

He will not have to appear in court at this stage, according to Roma police.

A Queensland Police spokeswoman said no charges have been finalised for him at this stage.

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