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Police catch man dumping rubbish from car

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POLICE were called to stop a man dumping rubbish on the side of the road at Caloundra this morning.

The man was spotted on Sunshine Coast traffic cameras dumping rubbish from the back of a white 4WD ute near the Nicklin Way roundabout to Caloundra Rd.

He was made pick up the rubbish and told to take it elsewhere.

There was no fine issued.

Topics:  police, rubbish


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