Two tradesmen's utes stolen

TWO utes were stolen in the early hours of Thursday, prompting police to issue another warning for owners to make sure their vehicles are locked when parked overnight.

Both were tradesmen’s vehicles containing valuable tools and equipment. One was taken from outside a house in Allenstown, Rockhampton, and the other from Yeppoon.

A senior officer at Rockhampton Police Station said there had been a spate of thefts of and from vehicles and owners should take keys with them when they went to bed at night.

“It is very difficult to steal a modern vehicle without the key,” he said.

Police are also investigating three reports of vehicles being entered in Emu Park on Wednesday/Thursday.



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