Food outlet damage

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Releasing CCTV from the incident, Senior-Constable Graham Webster said a man attempted to enter the Lukin Drive store about 11.20pm on July 26 but discovered the doors were locked.

‘It appears the male was unaware the restaurant’s opening hours had changed and it was no longer 24 hours,’ Constable Webster said.

‘Hungry for a late-night snack, a male damaged the glass entry door at a family restaurant in Butler when he realised it was locked.

‘The male became annoyed and kicked at a glass door, causing it to smash.

‘He then left the area and was last seen running across the carpark.’

Police want to speak to a man described as being fair-skinned, aged 20 to 25, about 178cm tall, with a medium to solid build and short brown hair.