Reports of cars, homes being egged but no complaints lodged

POLICE are encouraging people to report any mischievous behaviour after people complained about a series of incidents on the Capricorn Coast at the weekend.

There were reports on social media of "kids egging cars" on the Scenic Hwy past Matthew Flinders Dr intersection on Saturday, with one person driving to Emu Park saying the egg landed on the car windscreen and driver's side.

Other reports said houses were targeted in the Taranganba area on Friday.

One comment on The Morning Bulletin Facebook page reported a "whole group of pre-teens" egging a house at Lammermoor on Friday night.

Yeppoon police Officer in Charge Senior Sergeant Robert Barclay yesterday said they had not received any complaints.

Snr Sgt Barclay encouraged people to report egging and said it would be taken seriously and was considered wilful damage.



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