Help needed to identify man in fuel drive-off

GLADSTONE police have called for public help to identify a man who was allegedly involved in a petrol drive-off at the BP Petrol Station, Boyne Island in July.

The suspect drove into the petrol station around 5.15pm on July 2, coming from the east.

He filled the vehicle with diesel and while filling, he put the hood of his jacket over his head, police said.

The man then got back in his vehicle and left the petrol station, heading in a westerly direction. 

The is aged between 30-40, Caucasian, slim build and average height. He was wearing a black and red baseball cap, sunglasses on top of the hat, a heavy black jacket, black jeans and work boots.

The vehicle was grey with silver/chrome mirrors and had three big spotlights attached to the front.

There was extensive paint weathering on the roof. The vehicle had a sunroof, a single tyre mounted at the back and appeared to be a four-wheel-drive with a continuous body, possibly a Toyota Surf.

Any information in relation to the incident can be given to Constable Bingham of Gladstone Police Station on 4971 3222.

A CCTV image of a man wanted over a petrol station drive-off in Gladstone.
A CCTV image of a man wanted over a petrol station drive-off in Gladstone.


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