Luxury van, luxury camping van, luxurious camping van stolen in Australia
A luxury van and camping van were stolen from a Queensland caravan park in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Key points:Police are appealing for information in the disappearance of two luxury vehicles from a caravan parkIn the early morning hours, a vehicle was stolen from the caravan park at the edge of BrisbaneThe stolen vehicles are believed to be used to rent out property in the cityThe vehicles were found on the edge the Brisbane River, about 300 metres from the Queensland Premier’s Residence in Brisbane’s south-west, police said.
Police appealed for information to find the owners of the two vehicles.
A total of eight vehicles have been recovered so far and are being investigated.
Detective Senior Sergeant Chris Stirling said it appeared they were being used to illegally rent out properties in the CBD.
“These vehicles were stolen on January 28th and I can confirm they were found within the Brisbane City Council property,” he said.
“I understand that the property was being rented out in the north of the CBD and this was the most likely location to have stolen them.”
They were stolen in a very short time, we have contacted the Queensland Government for advice on what to do next.