Police have recovered these tools, which are inscribed with
Police have recovered these tools, which are inscribed with "D. Burns", which were stolen from Tweed Heads. Tweed/Byron LAC police

Police seek stolen tool owner

POLICE have asked the community for help to identify the owner of power tools believed to be stolen.

Tweed/Byron LAC police have recovered the Makita tools, which they believe were stolen from a ute in the Tweed Heads area.

The tools have been engraved with the name 'Burnsy' and 'D. Burns'.

Anyone with information about the owner of the tools should contact Senior Constable Tameka Jones at Tweed Heads Police Station on 07 5536 0999.

'Burnsy' will need photo ID to collect the tools.

 



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