Car theft
Car theft Supplied

Booie Hall trashed during break-in

POLICE need help from the public to identify an unknown number of people who broke into the Booie Hall.

Nanango police said the intruders broke a lock on the side of the hall and entered sometime between January 11 and 17.

The offenders emptied two fire extinguishers on the floor, cut wires attached to the hall's speakers and stole the PA system, a pedestal fan and one of the fire extinguishers.

Police ask that any members of the community with knowledge of this offence or the offenders please phone Nanango Police on 41716333.

Battery theft

NANANGO police are on the hunt for a thief who stole a battery from a lawn mower sometime between January 18-19.

The mower was located near a work site in Maidenwell at the time of the theft.

Police said someone has then removed part of the panelling of the mower to access the battery.

Investigations continue.

Vehicle break in

NANANGO police are looking for a thief who broke into a car parked at Wattle Camp.

It's alleged someone entered a shed in the village between 9pm January 15 and 9am January 16, then opened a vehicle parked within and stole a wallet before leaving on foot.

Police are asking anyone with knowledge of this offence to call them on 41716333.

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