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Police praise public’s actions during Beef Australia

ROCKHAMPTON police were impressed with the low vehicle theft statistics reported during Beef Australia.

Police confirmed there were no reports regarding theft of or from vehicles in the surrounding areas of the Rockhampton Showgrounds.

A Lock it or Lose It campaign was conducted by police which resulted in only two vehicles being identified as unlocked throughout last week.

Rockhampton Crime Prevention Unit officer-in-charge Sergeant Jody Fernie said it was encouraging that members of the public were taking responsibility for their own property.

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