One man in custody after break-in at Mossman Bendigo Bank


Victoria Stone-Meadows


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The front door of the Bendigo Bank has been completely smashed. Image: Rosie Wang.


Police have charged a 25-year-old Manunda man with entering a premises to commit a crime following a break-in at the Bendigo Bank in Mossman.

It is understood the man used an unknown object to smash through the glass door at the front of the bank at about 1.20am today.

Police say he is believed to be only person involved in the crime where nothing of value was taken from the business.

Police confirmed the offender is the same man who was assisting police with their investigations earlier today.

Senior Constable Casandra Hill of Mossman Police said some other members of the community also assisted police during their investigation.

“Thanks to members of the public who assisted police in their investigation,” she said.

He has been remanded to appear in the Cairns Magistrates Court tomorrow and Police have objected to him being granted bail. 


The Mossman branch of the Bendigo Bank was broken into in the early hours of this morning.

Senior Constable Casandra Hill of Mossman Police said they have a male person in custody who is assisting police with their enquiries.

She said no charges have been made at this time and the investigation into the break-in is ongoing.

It is believed the glass door at the front of the shop was smashed during the break-in.

The bank will be closed for business until further notice. 

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