A 39-year-old Caloundra man will face court next month on two charges of stalking.
A 39-year-old Caloundra man will face court next month on two charges of stalking.

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A Sunshine Coast man has been charged with stalking for racially vilifying business owners and threatening to damage their business, police allege.

Caloundra police officer-in-charge John Mahony said a 39-year-old Caloundra man was arrested and charged with stalking on Wednesday.

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Senior Sergeant Mahony said Caloundra police started an investigation on Monday after the local business owners made a complaint.

“Police received a complaint from a local retailer regarding (alleged) threats to damage business premises and racial vilification of the business owners,” he said.

Sen-Sgt Mahony said the man was a previous customer of the business.

The man has been charged with two offences of stalking.

He is expected to appear in Caloundra Magistrates Court on November 1.



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