A tipper truck was stolen for a business in Goorganga Plains in early February. Photo: Supplied
A tipper truck was stolen for a business in Goorganga Plains in early February. Photo: Supplied

Stolen tipper truck turns up undamaged 16 days later

A tipper truck stolen from a recreational business at Goorganga Plains has been found undamaged 16 days after it was reported missing.

Police appealed for information on February 2 about the theft after offenders allegedly broke into the business on Lascelles Ave the night before.

A Mitsubishi tipper truck was taken from the site while buildings and caravans at the scene were also forcefully entered and searched.

Police advised the tipper truck was found undamaged about 4pm on Thursday at Laguna Quays.

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"The owner has been advised and arrangements were made for the truck to be forensically examined," a police statement read.

"Anyone who may have information about the dumping of the truck at this location or the original offence is encouraged to contact police as soon as possible.

"We are very grateful for the assistance of the public and the media with this matter."

Anyone with information can phone Policelink on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


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