Cooper Pugh furious at Queensland Police after Mermaid Beach robbery despite tracking items

Robbers who stole $20k worth of items from man are still free despite victim giving police exact location where thieves had stashed everything

  • Cooper Pugh’s home was robbed while out watching a movie with his partner
  • The 28-year-old used a tracking feature to locate his items at a nearby property 
  • The Mermaid Beach resident said he called police nine times but no help came
  • Queensland Police said they were unable to assist due to ‘operational demand’

A robbery victim, who tracked down $20,000 worth of stolen goods, claims police offered no help in catching thieves despite giving them their exact location. 

Cooper Pugh, 28, was robbed of thousands of dollars worth of items when his Gold Coast house was broken into at about 8pm on Saturday…

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