Crime Watch

THIEVES raided the University of Queensland’s Moreton Bay Research Station on Monday, August 27, while research centre residents were asleep.
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Thieves entered the building through a sliding door between 10pm and 7am the following day and stole a mobile phone, wallet, laptop, television and its remote control.

Anyone who has any information about this or any of the crimes listed here is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or police at Capalaba on 3433 3333, Cleveland on 3824 9333, Redland Bay on 3829 4111, Dunwich on 3409 6020, Russell Island on 3409 1244 or Macleay Island on 3409 4722.

Alexandra Hills

A male student at the Alexandra Hills TAFE in Windemere Road was attacked by a man wearing a dark hoodie and dark sunglasses at noon on Monday, August 27. The student was walking in the TAFE grounds when the hooded man approached him and demanded his wallet. A police spokesperson said the hooded man then grabbed the student’s arm before a struggle broke out between them. The attacker left without the student’s wallet.

A car parked in Camira Street was broken into on Tuesday, August 28. A bag containing the owner’s wallet, medication and clothing was stolen. It is not known whether the car was locked.

Mount Cotton

A Holden utility stolen from a car park at a Capalaba mechanic’s workshop was found on Tuesday, August 28, on West Mount Cotton Road. Police said the car was seen in Logan several times before it was located at Mount Cotton.

Jewellery was stolen from a house in Spotted Gum Crescent during the early hours of Monday, August 27. It is unknown how the thieves entered the house.

Several hours later on Monday, August 27, thieves stole jewellery from a house in neighbouring Pendula Street. It is also unknown how the thieves entered the house.


An e-reader was stolen from a house in Kinross Road between 4am and 4.30am on Tuesday, August 28. It is unknown how the theives entered the house.


A large amount of copper wire that was installed at a new set of traffic lights on Mount Cotton Road was stolen between 6.30pm and 7pm on Friday, August 24. Police said thieves isolated the power to the copper wire by removing several fuses. They then removed the copper wire by jemmying open several man holes.


A large number of tools and tyres were stolen from a tyre business in New Cleveland Road between 3pm and 7pm on Monday, August 27. The thieves jemmied open a door to steal the goods.

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