Police track another youth following attempted burglaries

7.15PM: Police have been unable to confirm whether a second juvenile has been arrested, or if any other suspects have been taken into custody.


4.55pm: Police have tracked another juvenile to a yard in Richardson Rd.

An 11-year-old suspect is being transported  to the Rockhampton Police Station after he was detained in Duffy St.


4.30pm: Police  are in pursuit of a group of juveniles believed to be reasonable for a number of attempted burglaries in North Rockhampton today.

An 11-year-old is in custody after a foot chase near Duffy St  and a number of police units are descending on the area after an attempted  break-in was reported at  Stenlake Ave.

Up to four youths were reported to be behaving suspiciously before this in a number of locations.

More to follow.

Topics:  break in crime editors picks police

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