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Pantry thieves caught on camera

The thieves were caught in the act on camera.
The thieves were caught in the act on camera. supplied

A GROUP of thieves who broke into Pantry 29 at Bangalow on Sunday have kindly helped the police effort to catch them by making sure the store's CCTV security cameras get a nice clear shot of them.

Police have released stills from the CCTV camera, but have not released details of when the break-in happened or what was taken or damaged during the raid.

If you recognise anyone in this photo, or have any information about the break-in, call Bangalow Police on 02 6681 7404 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  cctv, crime, police, thieves




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