Shoalhaven police seek public assistance

Detectives believe links in break-ins

Shoalhaven police are seeking public assistance over a number of break, enter and steal offences in the area.

Shoalhaven police are seeking public assistance over a number of break, enter and steal offences in the area.

SHOALHAVEN detectives are seeking assistance from the public to help with investigations into a number of break, enter and steals offences from businesses in the area.

Between 11.50pm on Saturday, May 31 and 2pm on Sunday, June 1, a restaurant on Owen Street, Huskisson, was broken into.

The owner attended the restaurant on the Sunday afternoon and discovered a skylight had been forced.

The owner subsequently realised that an amount of cash had been stolen.

Police were called to the scene, and started an investigation.

Detectives are exploring the possibility the Huskisson robbery may be linked to two similar break, enter and steal offences, both of which occurred at the same service station in Sanctuary Point.

The service station on Larmer Avenue, was broken into during the early hours of Tuesday, April 22, and then again on Wednesday, May 21.

In the April 22 robbery, thieves broke in through the roof and on May 21 robbers forced their way into the service station by smashing through the front door.

On both occasions cash, cigarettes and other items were stolen.

Detectives are encouraging anyone with information to contact Nowra police on 4421 9699 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Information can be left anonymously.

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