Anakie police keen to catch up with driver

ANAKIE police are keen to play matchmaker between a Gemfields hoon and the local magistrate.

Sergeant Brad Cowell said police received several phone calls about a white Hilux trayback utility with a water pod on the rear doing burnouts on Sunday about 8.45pm at the intersection of Keilambete Rd and Main St, Rubyvale.

Extensive patrols of the area failed to locate the vehicle or driver.

“Police are asking for any witnesses who may have seen the registration or filmed it on their mobile phones to come forward and make contact with Anakie police,” Sgt Cowell said. “Police would love to talk with the driver of this vehicle with a view to introducing them to the local magistrate.

“This is totally unacceptable driver behaviour.”

Anakie police can be contacted on 4985 4200.


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