Burglars on a rampage

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The Domino’s store on Brushfoot Boulevard was targeted about 3.30am Monday, April 21 when three offenders forced their way inside the premises.

Once inside they stole keys to a business vehicle, using the small car to crash through the front window.

They then tried to use the car to remove a safe from its fittings.

While the trio were unsuccessful, they managed to escape in a white Holden Commodore police believe was stolen from a home in Bayswater two days earlier.

The local incident was the last of three burglaries by the men within an hour.

The first occurred about 2.30am when the men forced their way into an ice cream store on Holmes Street in Southern River.

The offenders escaped with soft drinks.

A second burglary attempt occurred just 10 minutes later when the men gained entry into a pizza store on Nicholson Road in Langford.

Like they would 50 minutes later, the men found keys to a business vehicle before driving it through the front window a number of times.

The men then tried unsuccessfully to unhinge a safe.

A spokeswoman for Domino’s said no money was stolen and expected the store to be back up and running within four weeks.

Counselling was offered to employees to address safety concerns.

District Crime Team detectives remain on the hunt for the men and the stolen vehicle, and have called on the public for assistance in their investigation into the burglaries.

The offenders are described as male with tanned skin. The Holden’s registration is 1EIX505.

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers.