Break-ins keep Warwick police busy

WARWICK police are seeking offenders over a number of recent break-ins.

At 1.55am today there an attempted break-in to a vehicle in Gore St.

The car was locked and was parked in the driveway of the house.

In the process of the attempted break-in the car door handle was allegedly damaged and the offender/s gained entry.

A resident in the house was awoken by the noise and the would-be offender/s escaped on foot.

As a result nothing was stolen in the attempt.

Another offence took place between December 1 to 3 at the residence of an elderly man in Myall Avenue.

Police say an offender allegedly gained entry to the home via an unlocked front door and allegedly stole cash from a wallet and a pouch of tobacco from the front basket of the elderly man's mobility scooter.

The man's carer reported the crime to police yesterday.



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