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Police call for information in regards to stolen and burnt-out ute in Denmark

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The dumped ute.
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Denmark police are calling for information about a stolen ute that was found burnt-out near Ocean Beach in the early hours of Monday.

The vehicle is alleged to have been stolen about 11pm from Karriglen Way and was found two hours later by firefighters at Prawn Rock channel.

“We are still investigating how the car was burnt — we have two different scenarios,” Denmark officer-in-charge Sergeant Matt Hartfield said.

“The car was stolen around 11pm on Sunday night and then located by fire and rescue officers about 1am on Monday on fire at a carpark adjacent to the Denmark Ocean Beach Holiday Park.

Anyone with information can call Denmark police on 98480 500 or contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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