One man charged over missing 17 generators in Rockhampton

POLICE investigating the theft of generators in the Rockhampton area have charged a man and have another assisting with their enquiries.

A number of generators have been recovered, and a 25-year-old Rockhampton man has been charged with receiving tainted property and is due to appear in the Rockhampton Magistrates court on March 6.

Another man is currently assisting police with their investigations.

Police would like to remind people that even if they don't steal, they can be charged in relation to the offence. 


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