Graffiti inside the Yimbun tunnel

Graffiti was discovered inside the Yimbun tunnel between Toogoolawah and Harlin between 20-27 May. Picture: TOOGOOLAWAH POLICE

Police are seeking assistance from the community and wider Brisbane Valley Rail Trail users, in relation to a complaint of Graffiti inside the Yimbun Tunnel between Toogoolawah and Harlin.

The Graffiti has reported occurred between 20-27 May, but could possibly be narrowed down to the later half of this period.

Considerable time was spent by the offenders committing the offence and may have been seen or even recorded by Rail Trail Users. If any person has information or recalls suspicious activity in the tunnel.

Any person with information is urged to contact Toogoolawah Police (5423 1200), PoliceLink (131 444) or Crimestoppers (1800 333 000).

OTHER POLICE NEWS AROUND THE REGION

A 29 year old male from Ripley, a 33 year old male from Sandy Creek, a 34 year old female from Churchable and a 43 year old female from Lawnton were separately arrested in relation to Failing to Appear at Toogoolawah Magistrates Court for a number of matters.

A 42 year old male from Toogoolawah was arrested for Contravening a Domestic and Family Violence Protection Order.

A 57 year old male from Toogoolawah was arrested in relation to Contravening a Protection Order, assault and wilful damage.

A 37 year old male from Toogoolawah was issued a Notice to Appear for a drink driving offence.

An 18 year old male from Toogoolawah was issued a Notice to Appear for a drink driving offence.

A 27 year old male from Park Ridge was issued a Notice to Appear in relation to driving whilst his license was suspended and failing to comply with Interlock conditions on his license.

A 28 year old male from Toogoolawah was issued a Notice to Appear for stealing hubcaps from the wheels of a vehicle in Fulham Street.

A 60 year old male from Toogoolawah was issued a Notice to Appear for unlawful possession of explosives and a Category M Weapon.

Investigators from the Forensic Crash Section at Yamanto Police Station continue to investigate the death of a skydiver in May in Toogoolawah. A report is being compiled for the Coroner.

Unknown persons last Friday 31 May have left what we believe is Found Property to the Police Station whilst it was unattended. The property consists of a number of Bows and a large Swag.

It is requested the person/s contact the station during business hours to advise where the property was located, it may assist in finding the owner of the property.

TOOGOOLAWAH POLICE