Pools of blood left from a perpetrator who punched a hole in a Tank St business window overnight.
Pools of blood left from a perpetrator who punched a hole in a Tank St business window overnight. Campbell Gellie

Tank St break-in leaves pools of blood

GLADSTONE police were called to a break and enter just after 7am on Saturday after an employee of a Tank St business noticed the shop had been broken into. 

A hole in the window left the perpetrator with injuries that had caused bleeding and left a trail of blood more than 100m down Tank St in central Gladstone. 

The business employee noticed two pools of blood and feared for the perpetrator's health. 

Gladstone police said the matter was still under investigation. 



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