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Police hunt stolen white BMW

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police tape. John Gass

POLICE are looking for four men in a stolen white BMW believed to be linked to a number of robberies in Ipswich this weekend.

At 11.15am today a torched stolen Mercedes was found burnt out on Robin St, Chuwar, and initial investigations suggest the cars were stolen together.

Police say the vehicles had been allegedly used in a number of home invasions in Karana Downs over the weekend - where handbags and other personal items were stolen.

Police are looking for four males in a car, with alleged stolen number plates 572 GBT attached.

The car has chrome wheels and is a BMW 2001 530i model and may be heading along the Warrego Hwy.

If anyone has information please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  bmw, police, robberies, stolen car




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