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CCTV footage of Lismore Lego heist released

POLICE have released CCTV footage that captures the Lismore Lego thief from last month in the act.

The security footage, taken by a nearby business, shows the Lego bandit hauling boxes of stolen Lego through a Lismore laneway close to the Toy Kingdom store, in a shopping trolley. 

Just after midnight on May 1 this year, a lone Lego thief broke into Lismore Toy Kingdom on Woodlark St and stole $20,000 worth of Lego.

Watch the in-store security footage here

At the time, police said the thief was believed to be a 50-60 year old Caucasian male, approximately 5'6" with a medium build. The man was wearing dark trousers, a long sleeve shirt and a cap.

He is also believed to have a minor limp.

This is all confirmed in this new security footage, seen below:

Topics:  police




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