North Queensland Police urge property owners to beware of firearm theft

Zoe Thomas
By Zoe Thomas
Updated March 14 2022 - 4:34am, first published 2:00am
Crime Stoppers Queensland volunteer director, Andrew Jones and Queensland Police Service Far North District, Detective Acting Inspector, Kevin Goan launching phase two of the campaign. Photo: Zoe Thomas.

Crime Stoppers Queensland has launched the second phase of its illicit firearms campaign after 2206 firearms were surrendered during the initial stage.

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Zoe Thomas

Zoe Thomas

Journalist - North Queensland Register/Queensland Country Life

Northern based journalist at North Queensland Register and Queensland Country Life.

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