Cigarettes worth $80,000 stolen from Pambula in break and enter

Albert McKnight29 March 2022
CCTV footage of men

Police are seeking to identify three men over the burglary of a grocery store in Pambula. Photos: South Coast Police District Facebook.

The community is asked to help identify three men as police investigate the theft of $80,000 worth of cigarettes burgled from a Far South Coast grocery store.

NSW Police said emergency services were called to the store on Quondola Street, Pambula on 28 March after reports of a break and enter.

It is alleged three men had forced entry into the store and stole the cigarette packets before fleeing on foot.

Police have now released photos of three men they hope will be able to assist with their inquiries.

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They describe the first man as wearing black tracksuit pants, a black hooded jumper with high visibility “V” stripes on the front and white writing on the back.

The second man appears to have worn dark parts and a dark-coloured hooded jumper with a white “Air Jordan” on the front.

Lastly, the third man is described as wearing a dark-coloured hooded jumper, grey tracksuit pants and white shoes.

Anyone with information or dashcam footage can call Merimbula Police Station on 6491 5500 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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