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Ford Fairlane stolen from residence

THEFT: A Ford Fairlane was stolen from outside a home in Allora today.
THEFT: A Ford Fairlane was stolen from outside a home in Allora today. Contributed

UPDATE: 4pm: A SILVER Ford Fairlane has been located after going missing from outside a residence at Allora today.

Acting Sergeant Matt Hagley said the car was found on Clifton-Allora Rd thanks to assistance from an observant member of the public.

A 1990 Ford Fairlane was allegedly stolen from outside a residence in Allora today.
A 1990 Ford Fairlane was allegedly stolen from outside a residence in Allora today. Contributed

The car is reportedly muddy but did not sustain any damage.

Sgt Hagley said the keys were also found inside the vehicle.

The sedan was allegedly stolen between 9am-1:45pm today from Jubb St.

Sgt Hagley said investigations into the incident were ongoing and anyone with any information is urged to phone Crime Stoppers on 1800333000.

 

INITIAL 3.30pm: A SILVER Ford Fairlane was allegedly stolen from outside a residence on Jubb St, Allora today.

Acting Sergeant Matt Hagley said the vehicle was taken between 9am-1:45pm and there was no sign of force.

The car was a 1990 model sedan with registration 090 RRF and was reportedly left unlocked with the keys inside.

Sgt Hagley said the man used the vehicle to get to and from work.

Investigations into the incident are ongoing but Sgt Hagley urged anyone who may have seen the car to immediately phone Crime Stoppers on 1800333000.

Topics:  allora police crime stolen car theft


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