Murgon police are currently investigating several incidents involving broken windows.
Murgon police are currently investigating several incidents involving broken windows. Jonno Colfs

Police investigate smashed windows

MURGON and Cherbourg police officers are currently investigating several incidents involving broken windows this week.

Broken windows

MURGON police are investigating an incident where unknown offenders entered a premise on Gore St, Murgon on November 17 between 3pm and 11.15pm.

They broke numerous windows with a piece of timber.

The offenders then continued to another address in Murgon and broke glass panels in a door using rocks.

Stolen confectionery

UNKNOWN offenders smashed into a premises to remove various confectionery items.

They climbed over the fence and smashed the window at a premises on Gore St, Murgon at around 6.30pm on November 17.

Investigations are continuing.

Shattered windscreen

POLICE investigations are continuing into a shattered rear windscreen of a Jeep wagon.

An unknown offender had thrown a rock over a fence at an address on Bond St, Cherbourg at around 7.30pm on November 18.

The rock had hit the rear windscreen causing it to shatter.

Stolen electronics

MURGON police are currently investigating an incident where unknown offenders smashed two windows on November 15.

They smashed their way into an address on Barambah Ave, Cherbourg at around 4.30am.

The offenders removed various electronic items before exiting via the broken windows.

Crime Tip?

If you have any information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444, or to report a crime anonymously call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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