World news – BURN OUT: Police call for information after stolen cars are set on fire


Bundaberg police are calling on the community to provide information after two stolen cars were found burned out and abandoned.

Overnight on March 22, 1992, a white Toyota Corolla sedan with Queensland license plate 051YMO was stolen from O’Connell Street in Millbank and found two days later on Bedford Street in Avenell Heights.

Overnight on March 24th, a 2014 red Hyundai Accent hatchback with Queensland registration 982BE6 was stolen from Woondooma Street in Bundaberg West.

The vehicle was found burnt out on Murdochs Linking Road on Moore Park Beach later on March 26th.

The police are appealing to the public to get information about these incidents, especially dash cam or CCTV visions.

If you have information please contact Policelink or Crime Stoppers and quote QP2100546948 for information on the Corolla or QP2100560044 for information on the Hyundai.

If you have any information for the police, contact Policelink by providing information using the 24/7 online suspicious activity form at

You can report crime information anonymously through Crime Stoppers Call 1800 333 000 or online at


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