DOG-NAPPED: Young woman accused of stealing three dogs
Charleville Police allege offenders have taken two cartons of alcohol but only paid for one at the Charleville Camp drive thru.
At about 9.30pm on Thursday, February 25, known suspects entered the drive thru in a vehicle and purchased a quantity of alcohol.
Officers allege one suspect paid for one 24 pack with cash and upon collection, the suspect stole a second carton.
The suspects have then driven off in an unknown direction.
Police state they are aware of the suspects and investigations are ongoing.
Young woman allegedly stole three dogs
A young woman will front the Charleville courthouse after allegedly stealing three dogs from the council compound.
Between 5pm on Thursday, February 25 and 7am the following day, Charleville police allege a known offender, aged 23-years-of-age, entered the council compound by a hole in the fence.
The suspect allegedly approached a secured dog pound and used a grinder to destroy the locking mechanism.
The suspect allegedly stole three dogs and will front the Charleville Magistrates Court at a later date.