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Thieves smash into site and steal $24,000 worth of TVs

THE construction of the new Indigenous Wellbeing Centre has been dealt a blow, after thieves smashed their way in and stole $24,000 worth of plasma TVs.

Bundaberg Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Sergeant Andrew Self said the thieves broke into the Barolin St construction site.

"The offenders have gained entry into the construction site by smashing windows," he said.

"The offenders stole six new TV sets from one of the rooms."

Det Sgt Self said officers and detectives conducted a search of the nearby area as well as door knocking the neighbourhood.

Det Sgt Self said the brand of the TV sets were at this stage still unknown, but were estimated to be worth $4000 each.

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Police on 4153 9111.

Topics:  thefts



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