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Information on stolen bike and vehicle needed

BURNT OUT: This car was taken from a Maryborough address and then a week later burnt on the outskirts of Biggenden.
BURNT OUT: This car was taken from a Maryborough address and then a week later burnt on the outskirts of Biggenden. Erica Murree

POLICE are investigating two incidents that occurred in the Biggenden area in recent days.

Last Friday a Toyota Camry Sportivo was allegedly stolen on Saturday November 4 from Neptune St in Maryborough at 6.50pm.

Police located the car burnt out on Blue Gum Rd between Richard St and Old Coach Rd at Biggenden. The original plates had allegedly been changed.

In a separate incident police are appealing for public assistance to help locate a stolen Harley Davidson motorcycle which was allegedly taken from a George St address between 6.30pm and midnight last Saturday.

The motorcycle was locked and secured at the time when unknown offenders have managed to unlock, start and remove the motorcycle.

The missing motorbike is a black Harley Davison 2008 Ultra Classic with black panier bags bearing Queensland registration 13KID.

If anyone has information on either case please phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Police Link on 131 444.

People can quote police reference number QP1701984778.


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