Suspected bumbling burglar caught halfway out CBD window

POLICE are currently searching for a second offender in Rockhampton's CBD after catching the first offender halfway through a window.

Crews were called to a unit in East St where it was reported two males were using a coat hanger to break into a unit.

Reports indicate the caller knew one of the offenders, with information suggesting it was a teenager that lived in the neighbourhood.

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James Nash sits at top of region's OP leaders

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That's cool: change will put wet weather back on the radar

Today will be the last of the high temps for a while, with forecasters predicting wet weather is on the way.

Today will be the last of the high temps for a while.

Gympie man sentenced for illegally publishing sex photos

SUSPENSE: A young Monkland man will have jail hanging over his head after he illegally distributed intimate photos of his former partner.

Man ordered to undergo psychiatric treatment for DVO breaches

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