POLICE are seeking public assistance to help solve a series of break and enters on the northern Gold Coast.
The thieves first smashed their way into a pawnbroking business on Cottonwood Place at Oxenford around 1am on Monday, May 15 and helped themselves to laptops and gaming consoles.
Then, just before 4.30am on Tuesday, May 16, they busted into a chemist on Vaughan Drive at Ormeau and smashed their way into the store’s glass display cabinets, stealing a stash of high-end perfumes. Video below.
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The thieves allegedly smashed their way into the same chemist again on Sunday, May 28, this time filling a wheelie bin full of expensive perfumes and wheeling it out the front doors.
They then allegedly returned to the pawnbrokers at Oxenford a few hours later and filled another wheelie bin full of electrical goods.Detectives believe all the
Detectives say they believe all four incidents are linked. They have released CCTV vision of the offenders targeting the chemist at Ormeau in the hope someone may recognise them. See the video below.
Anyone with information that could assist police is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
— Queensland Police (@QPSmedia) June 14, 2017