The week that was, Dalby May 5

On April 29, two young children were observed by staff at a Dalby business stealing property. Dalby police attended and a short time later located the children in possession of a quantity of matches, lighters and aftershave lotion. They were later dealt with by Dalby Child Protection Detectives.

On April 29, three young children were dealt with by Dalby Child Protection Detectives after they lit three grass fires in the Myall and Bunya Street vicinity. The fires were small and quickly extinguished by nearby residents.

On April 29, Dalby police intercepted a Nissan Pulsar being driven on Owen Street, Dalby.  The driver, a 24-year-old Gold Coast man, was found to have a blood alcohol reading of 0.12 per cent and has been given a Notice to Appear in the Dalby Magistrates Court.

On April 30, a 22-year-old Dalby man was given an Infringement Notice by Dalby Police after he was located urinating in public on Condamine Street.

On April 30, a Dalby man had his wallet stolen from his car which he had left unlocked and unattended in Arthur Street, Dalby.

On May 2, two youths were observed to enter the Catholic Church on Cunningham Street, Dalby and then discharge a fire extinguisher inside the church causing a moderate amount of damage. Detectives are expecting to charge a juvenile offender soon.

On May 3, a local high school student had his bicycle stolen from the school bike racks.  The missing bike was a Trek Marlin 7 mountain bike with a lime green frame.

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