Portland police believe Anthony Leigh will be able to assist with inquiries into $30,000 caravan theft

POLICE police have called for public assistance to try and locate former Portland caravan park employee Anthony Leigh.

A $30,000 caravan similar to this has been reported stolen from a Portland park.

A $30,000 caravan similar to this has been reported stolen from a Portland park.

It is believed Anthony Leigh is driving a Volkswagen van with Queensland registration plates.

It is believed Anthony Leigh is driving a Volkswagen van with Queensland registration plates.

Detective Senior Constable Tim Chester, of the Portland police crime investigation unit, said it was believed Mr Leigh, 28, previously of Queensland, would be able to help detectives with their inquiries into a stolen caravan.

Mr Leigh is understood to be driving a white Volkswagen Caddy or Transporter van with Queensland registration plates.

A 2007 Majestic Knight 16 foot caravan - valued at $30,000 - has been stolen from the Henty Bay Caravan Park on Dutton Way.

Mr Leigh was previously an employee at the caravan park.

"The owners of the caravan live in Torquay and the van is permanently left at the caravan park," Detective Senior Constable Chester said.

"It was removed from the caravan park on April 11. We believe Mr Leigh will be able to assist us with our inquiries."

Anyone with information is requested to contact the Portland police station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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