Scumbags are everywhere, and they’re out looking to make an easy grab no matter what it is. This time a brazen dude in beachwear strolled into a service shop to steal a red Holden Commodore in broad daylight. It just proves that sometimes people that act like they belong somewhere in the first place don’t usually get noticed. In this case, the bright red shorts and horrible t-shirt might have given some workers a clue that something wasn’t right.
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In the video covered by the Queensland Police Service they mentioned the crime took place in the morning:
Police are urging businesses to be extra vigilant during work hours following the brazen theft of a motor vehicle at Windsor yesterday morning.
At around 9.15 a man entered a Newmarket Road business, and while employees were conducting their daily work, stole a car from inside the premises.
Police have released vision of the incident in the hope of locating the stolen car and also a man who may be able to assist with inquires.
The vehicle is a red Holden Commodore sedan with QLD registration 094VUH.
Anyone who may have seen the car or recognise the man in the footage is urged to contact police or Crime Stoppers