Woman's 14 break-and-enter cases

ROCKHAMPTON police charged a 37-year-old woman with 14 break-and-enter offences yesterday.

The charges are in relation to a number of incidents in rural areas over the last few months.  

Her arrest follows a break-and-enter at a home in the Pink Lily area on Wednesday, where money was taken.  

Deputy Sergeant Scott Ingram said two further unrelated break-ins occurred between Wednesday night and yesterday afternoon, in Kawana and Parkhurst.  

Both were business premises.  

Sgt Ingram said no property had been stolen at either incident.

If you have any information call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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