Missing your Nissan in Brisbane? It might be here.

Submitted: Friday, Oct 04, 2019 at 08:43
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QLD Police have busted a Nissan Patrol "chop shop" in the Brisbane area, with over 80 vehicles being discovered in sheds at a former chicken farm in Redland Bay.
At least 21 of those vehicles have already been identified as being stolen, and no doubt the number of stolen vehicles on the site will increase.
Not only were there stolen vehicles on the site, there were stolen toolboxes, trailers, canopies, and hundreds of car parts ranging from doors to seats to wheels and tyres, to bonnets to bullbars.

Good work on the part of the Police, but it makes you wonder why it took them so long to find the crims - with over 20 4WD's being reported as stolen from Northern Brisbane suburbs just this year alone.

I reckon a good punishment for these scumbags would be to tie them up, and let all the stolen 4WD owners loose on them!

Nissan Patrol crime circle busted by Brisbane Police

The worst part is, we are all paying vastly more for insurance thanks to this mob of crims, and the slowness in Police action.

Cheers, Ron.
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Reply By: Member - Vince M (NSW) - Friday, Oct 04, 2019 at 09:39

Friday, Oct 04, 2019 at 09:39
When they go to court the sentence will be a joke & a lot of items will never be returned to the owners & sold off at a police auction
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Follow Up By: Nomadic Navara - Saturday, Oct 05, 2019 at 12:00

Saturday, Oct 05, 2019 at 12:00
Any of those that have been subject to an insurance claim will no longer belong to the owners they were stolen from. They will now belong to the insurance companies.
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Reply By: Batt's - Friday, Oct 04, 2019 at 10:44

Friday, Oct 04, 2019 at 10:44
It's good to her but for all the work put into catching them they will probably pay any fine with stolen money probably serve minimum sentences if any and set up again somewhere else usually a kick in the guts for those officers involved.

The punishment very rarely reflects the crime for those unfortunate owners who lost their pride and joy they put time and money into the loss of sentimental valve and there will be mental issues for some being worried about it happening again and the inconvenience placed on them making other arrangements to go about their daily lives.

Some may have lost out all together being in the position of not being able to afford insurance. All the thieves assets every cent they have should be divided up their equally amongst those who lost out and these criminals and there family will have to suffer and struggle as others have. Part of their future wages docked for the rest of their life and put into a fund to help others out as a deterrent to quit crime but that will never happen to many goodies saying oh lets give the criminals more rites than his victim sorry for rambling but I hate thieves with a passion.
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Follow Up By: Member - PhilD_NT - Friday, Oct 04, 2019 at 14:57

Friday, Oct 04, 2019 at 14:57
If it was in the NT the poor victims running the chop shop would successfully sue the Govt for compensation for the stress they felt during the raid.
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Reply By: Member - bill j (VIC) - Saturday, Oct 05, 2019 at 13:31

Saturday, Oct 05, 2019 at 13:31
All the owners should sue the A-HOLES
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