It was a big weekend for thieves in the Kingscliff area and police are asking residents to call police immediately if they disturb offenders and to preserve the crime scene.
On Sunday between 1am and 6am, there were multiple offences committed in the area including multiple motor vehicles stolen, 21 x stealing offences, and three Break and Enter offences in Kingscliff and Casuarina.
Two of the stolen vehicles have been recovered in the Kingscliff/Chinderah area and a fraud offence committed in Ashmore (Qld) with a stolen key card.
There are still two Audi motor vehicles missing – the registration details are; a white Audi Q2 sedan plate number DTQ42L 2018 and a grey Audi A3 sedan. plate DHR27E 2016.
Police call for help from the public
If any residents in the area that have CCTV footage that may assist police in their investigation, police ask that they please contact Tweed Heads Police Station on 07 5506 9499.
If you are a victim of crime and the offence has just occurred or you have disturbed the offenders please call 000 or the police station direct on 07 5506 9499 so that police can respond immediately.
If you have discovered the offence a few hours later and no further evidence is available to the police than the correct reporting process is to contact the Police Assistance Line on 131 444.
Preserve the crime scene (house/car/garage) by not touching any areas that have been disturbed by the offenders until advised by the police.
Cancel or suspend all credit/key cards immediately to stop the thieves from using them for fraud offences via pay wave/tap and go systems.
Please lock your cars and homes as these offenders are taking advantage of cars and homes that are primarily unlocked or open.
Please do not leave your valuables in your car such as wallets, phones, iPads, laptops, cash, prescription glasses, car keys, house keys, tools, portable speakers, cd’s etc.
Police are continuing to investigate these matters with the assistance of Queensland Police, local residents and businesses in the area.
If anyone has any further information please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.