Stealing from vehicles, Coolum and Noosa

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Coolum and Noosa motorists are reminded to ensure their vehicles are secure when left unattended and to ‘park smart’ by removing all valuables from their cars when parked.

There has been an increase in the number of reports of theft from motor vehicles in both areas. In Noosa offences have been reported around Shore Haven Drive, The Anchorage, Noosa waters and Noosa Parade, Noosa Heads. In Coolum offences have occurred in Springfield Avenue, Biscayne Drive and Belair Court.

Offences in both locations are occurring overnight between 6pm and 6am.

Report details indicate that many of the vehicles entered were not secured at the time and that valuables were also left in these vehicles. Valuables targeted include items such as sunglasses, portable navigation devices, coins and wallets.

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