Burglary accused in court

A GLADSTONE man has been arrested in relation to a number of break-and-enter burglaries at businesses in Toolooa St.

Bradley John Harris, 33, was arrested at 4pm on Thursday.

He has been charged with 21 offences: 11 counts of burglary; two counts wilful damage; two counts of stealing; two drug offences; one posses implements of breaking and entering; one count of disqualified driving; and a couple of property offences.

Inspector Les Bullus urged Gladstone residents to lock their houses and vehicles.

"Be vigilant and on the look out for any suspicious behaviour and report it to the police or Crime Stoppers," he said.

Mr Harris appeared via phone link in front of the Rockhampton Magistrates Court yesterday.

Police opposed bail.

He has been remanded in police custody until January 3 when he will face the Gladstone Magistrates Court.

To contact police about suspicious behaviour phone 49713251.



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