Mandurah police seek milk and tobacco thieves

Mandurah police seek milk and tobacco thieves
Mandurah police seek milk and tobacco thieves

POLICE are seeking information about two male thieves who stole tobacco and milk products at a service station in Mandurah on Sunday.

At about 11pm, two males forced entry into the service station on Rafferty Road.

They attempted to force open a shutter that contained tobacco products but were unsuccessful.

The two males then tried to force open a safe but could not gain access to the contents.

They returned to the initial shutter, forced it open and stole the tobacco contents, and then one of the men stole a number of milk products from the fridge.

The two males fled the scene using a stolen vehicle that has since been recovered.

The first male is described as in his early to mid 20s, fair skinned, slim build, wearing a black “beanie” style hat, dark green jacket, black jeans and black slip on shoes.

The second male is described as in his mid to late 20s, dark skinned, medium build, wearing a red baseball cap, red T shirt underneath a dark grey hooded top with “Brooklyn” in white letters and number “34” underneath in black and open toed black Nike sandals.

Detectives have released images of males who may be able to assist with inquiries.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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