Logan police have charged a 19-year-old Waterford West man with multiple offences after a jewellery store in Springwood was broken into early yesterday morning (November 25).
Police will allege around 4.10am a white Hyundai SUV entered the car park of the shopping centre on Fitzgerald Avenue.
Moments later three offenders used an unknown instrument to force entry through the front doors of the shopping complex. They then forced entry to the jewellery store and stole a significant amount of jewellery.
Around 1pm yesterday police observed the Hyundai parked on Karri Avenue. Further enquiries led police to a residence on Brownhill Street, where the man was taken into custody.
He was later charged with two counts of enter premises with intent and one count each of possessing dangerous drugs and possess utensils.
Investigations into the incident are ongoing.
The man was also charged in relation to an offence on November 16, where police will allege he stole items from a vehicle in a car park on Darra Station Road, Darra. He was charged with two counts of enter premises with intent and one count of enter premises and commit offence.
Further, he was charged with one count of enter premises and commit offence in relation to an incident on November 14. Police will allege around 2am a group of offenders forced entry to a jewellery store in a shopping complex on Compton Road, Sunnybank Hills, and stole a significant amount jewellery. Investigations into this incident are ongoing.
The man is due to appear in Beenleigh Magistrates Court today (November 26).