IPSWICH detectives have charged three people over a series of break and enters committed at a Goodna service station.

The business on Brisbane Tce at Goodna was hit by what was thought to be the same crooks three times this month, with the last two of those incidents involving ram raids.

Hours after the latest ram raid on Friday morning, police arrested two men and a woman on a range of charges related to the offences.

The Freedom Express on Brisbane Terrace in Goodna was broken into for a second time at 2am on Friday. Photo: Andrew Korner / The Queensland Times
The Freedom Express on Brisbane Terrace in Goodna was broken into for a second time at 2am on Friday. Photo: Andrew Korner / The Queensland Times Andrew Korner

A 21-year-old Woodridge man was charged with three counts of break and enter and trespassing, one count of wilful damage and one count of burglary.

A 17-year-old male from Russell Island was charged with four counts of break and enter, three counts of trespassing, one count of unlawful use of a motor vehicle and one count of obstructing police.

A 22-year-old woman from Eden's Landing was charged with one count of break and enter and one count of receiving tainted property.

The trio will face Cleveland Magistrates Court over the charges.

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