Mount Isa Police issue a reminder about home and car security

Police continue to warn residents to secure doors and windows, and remove valuables from vehicles, after making a number of property crime arrests.

On November 8, a 15-year-old girl was arrested and charged for break and enter.

On November 8, a 15-year-old boy was arrested and charged in relation to breach of bail conditions for failing to appear in court.

On November 9, a 16-year-old boy was arrested and charged on breach of curfew conditions

All youths charged to appear before the Mount Isa Childrens Court.

There were two break and enter into vehicles parked on Simpson St overnight on November 7 by smashing windows and stealing loose change.

A third car break-in occurred a night later on the same street and offenders removed paperwork and a set of keys from the vehicle.

On November 9 there was burglary at Duchess Road: At 12:45am offenders entered a dwelling via an open rear door. They stole a mobile phone, tobacco, and wallet with credit cards from the kitchen.

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