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Caravan Park resident scares off would-be thief

John Gass

AN aggravated break-in occurred at Royal Pacific Caravan Park in Chinderah this morning.

A male offender attempted to enter a caravan within the Royal Pacific Caravan Park, Chinderah Rd at around 3.15am but was confronted by the male occupant of the caravan who was not happy to see the would-be thief.

A confrontation occurred and the offender fled on foot.

Acting Inspector Jason Dowds said the thief had been scared off.

"There was an aggravated break-in at Royal Pacific Caravan Park, but no property stolen," he said.

"The owner of the caravan confronted him and the offender ran."

Police have not yet apprehended the offender.

If you have any information relating to the crime call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  crime, tweed police



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