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The week that was in Dalby, Tuesday May 16

Wednesday, May 10
A Dalby woman had her purse stolen whilst she was working in a Cunningham Street, Dalby shop. The lady left her purse in her handbag on the ground in the shop only to have an unknown person allegedly take it whilst she wasn’t watching.

Friday, May 12
At about 2.30am a white coloured Isuzu truck that was parked in Winton Street, Dalby caught fire. The reason for the fire could not be determined as the truck was extensively damaged.

A quantity of tools were stolen from a tool box attached to a truck parked in Rimfire Court, Dalby. Some of the tools were located on the ground nearby which may indicate the offenders were disturbed.

A 23-year-old Dalby man has been charged with a public nuisance offence after he was seen by police to repeatedly kick a football across the busy Warrego Highway and run in between the vehicles. Motorists had to brake to avoid striking the man. He will appear in the Dalby Magistrates Court on June 6.

A Dalby resident who had been away from home for about four weeks returned home to find that the back door of the Charles Street, Dalby residence was open and the television on. The resident could not find any property to be missing.

A Falcon Street, Dalby couple went to dinner at about 6pm and upon returning home at about 10.20pm found that someone had forced open their laundry door and then searched through their bedroom stealing a quantity of cash and jewellery.

Sunday, May 14
At about 4.45pm a lady walking across the Mercy Bridge in Dalby was confronted by a teenage male exposing himself whilst riding his bicycle. He was a Caucasian male approximately 13-15 years of age riding a white mountain bike with black and red lettering on the frame.

Monday, May 15
At about midday a Dalby resident noticed two male persons behaving in a strange manner behind a Patrick Street, Dalby business. The witness observed the men placing mechanical items into a motor car and when the offenders saw they were being observed they decamped in the car.

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