Scenic Rim Police investigate burglaries

SEEKING INFORMATION: Scenic Rim police are investigating a number of break-ins in the area.
SEEKING INFORMATION: Scenic Rim police are investigating a number of break-ins in the area.

Police are investigating a burglary at a home on Ipswich Boonah Road at Coulson which took place between August 31 and September 4.

A police spokesman said the residents were away and returned home to find the house broken into and a television, DVD player, coins and jewellery missing.

Anyone who has information that may help police with their investigation is asked to contact Constable Josh Piper at the Kalbar Police Station on 5463 7201.

Bakery heist

Investigations are continuing into a break and enter at an Aratula Bakery which took place sometime between 10pm on September 8 and 3.30am on September 9.

Police said the offenders gained entry through the front doors of the business and took a quantity of money, including a cash safe from the premises.

Boonah Police are appealing for anyone who may have been in the area around that time and witnessed a vehicle or anybody acting suspiciously to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Copper stripped

Police are appealing for witnesses who may have seen someone stripping copper wiring from 14 Energex poles along Middle Road at Peak Crossing at around 1pm on September 3.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Harrisville Police on 5467 1220.

Batteries stolen

Police are investigating after thieves broke into the waste facility at Bromelton on September 3 and took a number of used car batteries.

Anyone who may have information that could help police with their investigation is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Public urination

Police have fined a 59-year-old Boonah man $130 for urinating in public on September 7 at 12.30pm at the Lions Bicentennial Park on McKee Street.

Traffic

A 50-year-old Moogerah woman faces a charge of drink driving after police stopped her for a random breath test at 8.45pm on Friday, August 7 on Mount Alford Road at Dugandan.

She will attend the Ipswich Magistrates Court on October 4 where police will allege a blood alcohol reading of 0.63 per cent.