One of the people police want to speak to in relation to the break-in at the United service station at Burrum Heads.
One of the people police want to speak to in relation to the break-in at the United service station at Burrum Heads.

WANTED: Have you seen suspects in $20k ciggie heist?

POLICE have released images of two people who may be able to help with their investigation into a break-in at a Burrum Heads service station.

United owner Bobby Ganda said $20,000 worth of cigarettes was stolen when thieves broke into the service station between 3.50am and 4.10am on Wednesday.

It is alleged the unknown offenders used an implement to smash a door and gain entry to the business.

 

One of the people police want to speak to in relation to the break-in at the United service station at Burrum Heads.
One of the people police want to speak to in relation to the break-in at the United service station at Burrum Heads.

 

Once inside the Ivor Dr business, the offenders broke into cabinets, stole a quantity of cigarettes and caused damage to the business.

It is believed the thieves left the business in an unknown sedan.

Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 33 00 or Policelink on 131 444.



‘Viable and effective’: the Anglican Church’s full statement on closures

Premium Content ‘Viable and effective’: the Anglican Church’s full statement on...

Decision brings and end to more than 100 years of history in Coramba and Glenreagh...

Animals, plants queue up for bushfire recovery grants

Premium Content Animals, plants queue up for bushfire recovery grants

More money to save native species a year on from devastating bushfires

Will the Coffs/Clarence get its ‘Indiana Jones experience’?

Premium Content Will the Coffs/Clarence get its ‘Indiana Jones experience’?

Quest to open ‘one heck of a community asset’ to the public gathers steam