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Casino police investigate malicious damage

Police believe the two people depicted in these photos may be able to assist police with their inquiries.    Photo Contributed
Police believe the two people depicted in these photos may be able to assist police with their inquiries. Photo Contributed Contributed

CASINO Police investigating a number of malicious damage offences have released photos to help with a public appeal.

Police from Richmond Local Area Commance are investigating incidents that occurred around 1.50am on Saturday January 23 at the intersection of Centre and Hare Street Casino.

Police said shop windows were smashed and and a caryard was also targeted.

 

Police believe the two people depicted in these photos may be able to assist police with their inquiries.    Photo Contributed
Police believe the two people depicted in these photos may be able to assist police with their inquiries. Photo Contributed Contributed

These senseless acts have caused business owners financial heartache," Richmond LAC's Facebook page read.

Police believe the two people depicted in these photos may be able to assist police with their inquiries.

If you can identify either person, please contact Casino Police on 6662 0099 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

You can also make online reports to www.crimestoppers.com.au

 

Police believe the two people depicted in these photos may be able to assist police with their inquiries.    Photo Contributed
Police believe the two people depicted in these photos may be able to assist police with their inquiries. Photo Contributed Contributed

Topics:  casino crime malicious damage police richmond local area command



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