Pet dog stolen from yard of M'boro home
A PET dog was stolen from a yard of a Cheapside St home on December 8.
The black-brindle female staffordshire bull terrier-cross has a white "C" pattern on her chest.
A MOUNTAIN bike was stolen from a unit block on Totness St last week.
The black Diamondback with white forks was taken between December 4-5.
MONEY was taken from a charity store on Adelaide St on December 4.
Thieves took the cash and identification cards from a brown wallet which had fallen from the owner's handbag between 9am-noon.
A HANDBAG was raided at St Helen's State School on December 5.
A cream coloured wallet with vintage flowers, money and cards was taken from the bag which had been stored on a cupboard in the resources room.
Torquay wilful damage
A WHITE Toyota Celica sedan was damaged in Tavistock St between November 30 and December 1.
Offenders used an unknown implement to scratch the driver's side door and front quarter panel.
Maryborough wilful damage
Ferry St, Maryborough
A WINDOW was smashed at a home on Ferry St between December 3-5.
PETROL was stolen from the BP Service Station about 2.30am on December 6.
A male was seen to pump fuel into a blue Mitsubishi Mirage hatchback with the registration 292KAN before driving off without paying.
He is described as about 6ft tall, with a slim build, long brown hair and tattoos and aged between 40-50.
A WOULD be thief was caught in the act while breaking into a car in Carlisle St in the early hours of December 6.
The male suspect fled after being disturbed by a witness as he sat in the passenger seat of the black Holden Astra.
He is described as about 180cm tall with short brown hair and a solid build.
He was wearing glasses and no shirt.
No property was stolen.
TEN windows were smashed at Aldridge High School between December 6-8.
A filing cabinet was raided but nothing was stolen.
HEARTLESS thieves made off with a charity bin from the White Lion Hotel bottle shop on December 8.
The couple, who were captured on CCTV in the Drive Thru, stole alcohol and the donations box about 6.20pm.
The male was described as being in his late 20s, with a crippled right hand, around 170cm tall with thin build, dark short hair, wearing red shorts and black Nike "just do it" on his shirt, with white runners . The female was about 162cm and of Aboriginal appearance.
She had her hair in a plait and was wearing a dark short skirt, purple shirt.
BLACK spray paint was used to graffiti the storm water drain and grassland at a park on Ann St.
The offence was committed some time between December 6-7.
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