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Police investigate robbery of Kirra Sports Club overnight

Police on scene at BP Kennedy Dr.
Police on scene at BP Kennedy Dr. Luke Mortimer

KIRRA Sports Club was robbed about 4am today.
Queensland and NSW police were at the BP on Kennedy Dr, West Tweed, this morning investigating the incident.
Surveillance footage was inspected and fingerprints taken of a late model white Holden ute suspected of involvement in the robbery.
In a separate incident, Kirra Sports Club was victim to armed robbers earlier this year.
Anyone with information about last night's robbery should contact police.
 

Topics:  kirra sports club




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