Police have released images of a man driving a vehicle allegedly seen filling up and taking off at a number of locations along Australia’s East Coast.
Police have released images of a man they say has been spotted fuelling up across the state without paying.
On September 23, they say the man attended a Takalvan Street service station in Bundaberg West at about 6.45am where he put fuel in the van before making any effort to pay.
The van is described as being a white Toyota with Victorian registration plate 1QP41V.
The second incident was reported at a Charters Towers service station on September 28.
A third incident was reported at Rockhampton on October 5.
In both cases, police allege a person proceeded to put fuel in the van and left the service station without making any effort to pay.
The man is described as approximately mid-30s with a slim build and has been seen wearing a black jumper, black shorts, sunglasses and a black hat.
Police are investigating the offences and are requesting assistance in identifying this man and vehicle, as police believe he may be able to assist.
If you have any information, please contact Policelink on 131 444 and quote QP2101789190 or submit an online form here.
Extracted in full from: QPS investigates alleged fuel drive-offs | The Courier Mail