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  • Motorists warned to heed Fatal Five message as school holidays begin

    Superintendent Mark Stiles from the Wide Bay Burnett policing district said it was concerning that with the commencement of school holidays and the influx of extra traffic on the road, motorists didn’t seem to be getting the message about the Fatal Five.

  • The man on the billboard – Sgt Steve Webb’s story

    Our very own Sgt Steve Webb is widely known as the man on the billboard throughout the Central Region and outskirts, particularly along the Bruce Highway.

  • The week that was – Maryborough Division

    The following are offences which were reported during the week in Maryborough (please note these are not inclusive of other types of offences – if you require further information check out the QPS Crime Maps online for your own Crime Report of your area – www.

  • Police Seek Assistance – Shop Stealing Hervey Bay

    Police are seeking information regarding the identity of the following person who maybe able to assist police with their inquiries regarding a shop stealing incident from Woolworths Eli Waters which occurred in Hervey Bay on August 24 at approximately 1:50pm.

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  • Stealing from vehicles and unlawful entry of vehicles last week in Maryborough

    The following streets were subject to unlawful enter and stealing from a motor vehicle over the past week within the Maryborough area:- Bazaar Street Police are urging residents to ensure their vehicles are left secure, with all valuables placed in a secure area and out of sight.

  • Stealing from vehicles and unlawful entry of vehicles last week in Hervey Bay

    The following streets were subject to unlawful enter and stealing from motor vehicles over the past week within the Hervey Bay area:- • Moonbi Street, Scarness • Cork Rd, Takura • Charles Street, Pialba Police are urging residents to ensure their vehicles are left secure, with all valuables placed in a secure area and out of sight.

  • Break and Enters Past Week, Hervey Bay

    The following streets were subject to break and enters and/or stealing from the home over the past week within the Hervey Bay area:- Denmans Camp Rd, Wondunna Bideford Street, Torquay Nissen Street and Urraween Rd Torquay Tce, Scarness Hillcrest Ave, Scarness Cypress Street, Urangan Protector Way, Eli Waters Main Street, Pialba Crescent Street, Urangan Police are urging residents to ensure their homes and businesses are left secure, with all valuables placed in a secure area.

  • Break and Enters Past Week, Maryborough

    The following streets were subject to break and enters and/or stealing from the home over the past week within the Maryborough area:- Queen Street Kent Street George Street Gilbert Street Police are urging residents to ensure their homes and businesses are left secure, with all valuables placed in a secure area.

  • Police Seek Assistance – Hervey Bay Shop Stealing

    Police are seeking information regarding the identity of the following person who maybe able to assist police with their inquiries regarding a shop stealing incident from a chemist which occurred in Hervey Bay on September 3 at approximately 12:45pm.

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