Two bear signs were allegedly taken from Tambo on October 8.
Two bear signs were allegedly taken from Tambo on October 8.

Police searching for missing western Qld bear signs

POLICE are going on a bear hunt to find two missing safety signs allegedly taken from Tambo.

It’s believed the signs were allegedly stolen overnight on Thursday October 8, with a four-wheel-drive seen next to one of the signs around midnight.

The two signs are vital in providing a safe crossing for teddy bears who regularly cross Arthur Street.

“We’re hoping the culprits are hiding in the woods and we’ll catch them unawares, however if you have any information on this bar-bear-ic crime, please contact police,” a statement issued by Queensland Police read.

A Queensland Police Service spokesman said they don’t know who the culprit is or exactly what time it happened, and police are seeking help from community members.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form 24hrs per day here.

Quote this reference number: QP2002098824 within the online suspicious activity form.

Charleville Western Times

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