CHARGED: Here are the crimes that happened in Charleville and Cunnamulla over the past few weeks.
CHARGED: Here are the crimes that happened in Charleville and Cunnamulla over the past few weeks.

CRIME WRAP: Fuel thefts, teenagers arrested

A VEHICLE theft proved unsuccessful, after unknown offenders broke into a local business.

On the night of February 4, the yard of M&L carriers was entered by unknown offenders.

The offices were rifled through and attempts were made to steal a vehicle.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Charleville Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

The spate of Charleville break ins continues, with the Cattle Camp having a quantity of cash stolen.

On the night of February 13, the Cattle Camp Hotel was the victim of a break and enter. Unknown offenders have entered the hotel and a quantity of cash was stolen.

Investigations are continuing to identify the culprits.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Charleville Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

A Charleville man found to be growing marijuana will now face court next month.

On February 11, police executed a search warrant at a Charleville address and a small hydroponic set up for growing marijuana was located.

A Charleville man was charged with a number of offences against the Drugs Misuse Act including producing dangerous drugs and will appear in Charleville Magistrates Court in March.

An interstate woman has been charged for filling up and driving off.

On February 19, police were called to a business on Emma Street in relation to a fuel drive off. Police were unable to locate the alleged offender.

Two days after the incident police intercepted the offender in Ingham.

A 36-year-old woman was charged with unlawful taking of goods and will appear before the Cunnamulla Magistrates Court on March 17.

A teenager’s crimes have caught up with her after she was arrested by police.

On February 23, police were making inquiries at a Bedford Street address when they have located and arrested a juvenile girl in relation to outstanding matters.

The 16-year-old Cunnamulla girl was charged with failing to appear in accordance with her bail undertaking and is being dealt with under the provisions of the Youth Justice Act.