THIEVES have raided a North Stradbroke Island camp site and stolen property from several tourists.
The offenders visited the Flinders Beach campsite late on Thursday and stole electronic equipment and alcohol from a number of tents and camper vans.
One family even had keys stolen from their camp site, though they were found a short time later.
A burglary victim said her family had cut their holiday short and returned to the mainland after the break-ins.
“After the night of the robbery, we could not sleep; we knew they were there and didn’t feel comfortable any more,” she said.
Police have asked the public for any information about the incident, but no witnesses have come forward.
A police spokesman urged tourists to keep an eye on their possessions while camping.
“People should ensure they take care of personal items,” he said.
“It can be difficult while camping to ensure all items are secure. We urge people to keep safe during the holidays.”
Anyone with information about the incident can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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