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Bribie Island are encouraging motorists to ensure they secure their vehicles in an effort to prevent opportunistic property and car thefts in the , Sandstone Point and Ningi areas. The Lock it or Lose it campaign aims to educate and remind members of the community and visitors to secure their homes and lock their vehicles and remove any valuables before leaving their car unattended.

The campaign aims at educating people to not leave valuable items in the car if they are leaving it unattended, or at least keep the items out of sight to discourage property theft. Police continue to discover vehicles that have been left unattended with windows down, keys in the ignition, spare car keys in the vehicle and valuables in plain view.

For more details on crime prevention security tips, go to www.police.qld.gov.au and follow the links to Crime Prevention or Bribie Island Police on (07) 3410 9222

Police attended to domestic violence matters during the month which involved the alleged contravention of protection order conditions and other matters. If you or someone you know is living with domestic violence, help is available. Please contact the station (07) 3010 9222 for more information. Always ring Triple Zero (000) in an emergency. Traffic enforcement continued to be regular part of station activities during the month with a number of infringement notices issued, mainly for speeding and officers also conducted a number of Random Breath Tests. Please note that the following report only lists the results of police operations for a selected period during May. Several people were arrested and charged with a range of offences including:

A 14-year-old Banksia child was charged with Break and Enter and stealing at Bongaree. He appeared at Children’s Caboolture Magistrates Court

A 68-year-old Banksia Beach man was charged with Did drive over general alcohol limit but not over the middle alcohol limit in Banksia Beach. He will appear in the Caboolture Magistrates Court on June 14.

Police executed a search warrant at a residence situated in Bellara, a 51-year-old in Bellara was charged with possessing dangerous drugs, possess drug utensils, and fail dispose needle.

A 42-year-old male was also charged with 2 possessing dangerous drugs, produce dangerous drug, possess drug utensils and possess property.

A 40-year-old female was also charged with possessing dangerous drugs at Bellara. They will appear at Caboolture Magistrates Court on June 7.

A 34-year-old male from Caboolture returned a positive drug saliva test whilst driving at Bongaree. Police are awaiting confirmation of laboratory test.

A 22-year-old female from Bongaree was charged with Drive without due care and unlicensed at Bongaree. She will appear at Caboolture Magistrates Court on June 7.

A 39-year-old man from Bellara was charged with 2 possessing dangerous drugs at Bongaree. He will appear at Caboolture Magistrates Court

A 34-year-old male from Griffin was issued an infringement notice for Public Nuisance – Disorderly Behaviour at Woorim.

A 36-year-old female from Bellara was charged with driving unlicensed driving at Bongaree. The registration plates attached to the vehicle were confiscated for 90 days. She will appear at Caboolture Magistrates Court on June 7.

A 69-year-old male from Woorim returned a positive drug saliva test whilst driving at Bongaree. Police are awaiting confirmation of laboratory t

A 22-year-old man from overseas was drug diverted for possessing dangerous drugs at Bongaree, Red Beach.

A 27-year-old man from Sandstone Point was drug diverted for possessing dangerous drugs at Sandstone Point.

A 37-year-old male from Bellara returned a positive drug saliva test whilst driving at Bongaree. Police are awaiting confirmation of laboratory test.

A 51-year-old female from Bongaree was charged with Public Nuisance in Bongaree. She will appear at Caboolture Magistrates Court on June 19. If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day. You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

* Due to circumstances beyond The Bribie Islander’s control, not all the incidents have been recorded.

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