A Doomadgee youth has been charged after a series of incidents last weekend.
Police said at about 5.05am on Sunday, October 10, a group of five youths were observed on CCTV to be throwing multiple items at the rear of the police station and a police vehicle.
When officers went outside to investigate, the youths fled.
Numerous lumps of concrete and a piece of timber were scattered on the ground, along with panel damage to the police vehicle.
Five minutes later, it is alleged the group smashed a rear door to a Goodeedawa Road business, with one boy allegedly entering the building.
Once inside, it is alleged he removed food items from a fridge, before exiting.
A 13-year-old Doomadgee boy has been charged with enter premises and commit indictable offence by break and wilful damage.
He was given bail and is due to appear in the Doomadgee Childrens Court at a later date.
Investigations are continuing.
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