POLICE BEAT: Thief used scissors to steal iPod
A YOUNG man used a pair of scissors to cut through a security tag on an iPod before stealing the device from the Good Guys on February 15.
He is described as being about 170cm tall with sandy blonde hair, fair skin and was last seen wearing a red shirt, black shorts and black shoes.
ON FEBRUARY 10, offenders entered a high-set residence on Melville St.
An iPad which had been left on the kitchen table was stolen before the thieves took off.
A SAMSUNG tablet and purse was taken from a handbag at a Brooke Crt home.
The break in occurred some time between 1.30-2pm on February 14.
Torquay break and enter
THREE buildings were broken into at Torquay State School between February 15-16.
Louvres and flyscreens were damaged and electronic equipment stolen.
A KNIFE was stolen from Fraser Coast bolts and industrial supplies on February 10.
The offender is described as a male aged between 40-50 wearing a blue trade link shirt, bike helmet and black backpack.
A FEMALE driver stole $50 in fuel from the BP on Boat Harbour Dve at 12.56pm on February 15.
She was driving a blue Toyota Land Cruiser with the Queensland registration 265JTF and is described as being aged on her late 40s with a slim build, brown hair and was last seen wearing white t-shirt, light blue shorts and glasses.
BETWEEN 10am and 2pm on the February 6 a black and orange DK brand BMX bike was stolen from Urangan State High School.
The bike was taken from racks in the school grounds.
Pialba wilful damage
A WINDOW was smashed at Repco, Hervey Bay between midnight and 3am on February 16.
Offenders cut through three wire fences to get to the building.
Urraween wilful damage
SAIL shades were torn up at Xavier Catholic College between February 4-5.
A CAR window was smashed on Walker St on February 16.
Offenders stole a Colorado handbag and Oakley sunglasses.