The Murgon, Cherbourg and Wondai police attended to a variety of incidents over the week.
The Murgon, Cherbourg and Wondai police attended to a variety of incidents over the week. File

POLICE NEWS: Stolen items, kicked doors and wilful damage

MURGON, Cherbourg and Wondai police had a busy week attending to a variety of drug, traffic and property offences.

Jobs included 20 calls related to domestic violence incidences, nine notices for life-endangering traffic offences and 361 roadside breath tests.

Damaged door

A man damaged a door in Cherbourg on August 24. He attended the residence on Bulgi St at 4.30am before damaging the front door. Investigations are continuing.

Stolen items

Police investigations are continuing after various items were taken from a Murgon patio sometime between 5pm on August 28 and 5pm on August 29.

The unknown offenders went to the residence on Jefferies St and removed the items from the rear covered patio.

Stolen vehicle

A vehicle was eventually found in Brisbane after an offender took it from a Wondai address on August 28.

An offender entered the unsecured vehicle on Bunya Avenue at 7.55pm.

The offender found keys inside the vehicle and then drove away.

Kicked door

An unknown offender went to a Cherbourg residence on August 29 between 8am and 6pm.

They kicked the front door of the Barber St residence and caused damage.

Wilful damage

A 35-year-old Murgon woman will appear in Murgon Magistrates Court on September 17 for wilful damage.

The woman allegedly went to a Murgon residence on August 29.

Police will allege she damaged a vehicle at the Cobb St South residence sometime between 9.45pm and 10pm.

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