Stolen vehicle hot list for week ending October 11

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Stolen Vehicle Hot List

Sunshine Coast Police are asking members of the public to assist in locating the stolen motor vehicles listed below.

We would also like to remind everyone to ensure that their vehicles are left secured at all times and that valuables are removed.  Valuables include handbags, bags, laptops, tablets, keys, tools and mail.

These simple precautions will reduce the likelihood of your vehicle ending up on the below list.

Date Stolen Registration Vehicle Type Location Stolen
14/08/2015 DV5587 Silver 1992 Redco  boat trailer Gooburrum, sighted Beerburrum
04/10/2019 153ZBD White 2013 Toyota Camry sedan Beerwah
04/10/2019 373DLN White 1996 Toyota Tarago station wagon Buderim
05/10/2019 538XXP White 1993 Holden Statesman sedan Beerwah
05/10/2019 845ZBU White 2018 Bmw X2 station wagon Shelly Beach
05/10/2019 958SRZ Red 2008 Hyundai Getz hatchback Battery Hill
08/10/2019 605YLT Blue 2018 Hyundai Tucson station wagon Palmview
08/10/2019 984YOY Silver 2003 Ford Falcon station wagon Nambour
08/10/2019 ES4625 2004 Custom Built Atm Up To 1.02T domestic/box trailer Coolum Beach
09/10/2019 QIK300 Grey 2010 Chrysler 300C sedan Parrearra
09/10/2019 1JZ7PI White 2015 Toyota 6704 2.5L 6Spa Gx-Aw station wagon Wurtulla
09/10/2019 943VWD Silver 2015 Mercedes-Benz C200 Series sedan Mons
10/10/2019 A657Z Silver 2016 Merits Invalid motorised wheelchair Sippy Downs

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

 
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