A boy has been charged with property and unlawful use offences in Cloncurry.
Sometime between Wednesday August 7, and Thursday August 15, two boys entered a George St address, by damaging wooden panelling covering an old air conditioner hole.
It is further alleged the boys located a container full of money, which they emptied into a backpack taken from the dwelling.
At around 9pm on Wednesday August 21, it is alleged these two two boys entered the unlocked garage of an Absolon Street address and removed two children's bicycles.
It is alleged they rode the bicycles through bushland, before discarding them in nearby school grounds.
It is further alleged the boys then attended a George Street address and entered an unlocked machinery shed.
Police will allege the boys used a small plastic jerry can to fill a small assassin peewee motorcycle, which they then pushed down the driveway and rode away.
The abandoned motorcycle was located on Railway St.
A 13-year-old Cloncurry boy has been charged with one count each of burglary, stealing, enter dwelling with intent at night and unlawful use of motor vehicle.
He will be dealt with under the provisions of the Youth Justice Act.
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