4 January 2023

Shearing equipment stolen during break and enter in Young

| Albert McKnight
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Police have released images of two people they want to speak with regarding the theft of shearing equipment in Young. Images: NSW Police.

Shearing equipment was stolen during a break and enter in the Hilltops region and police have now released images of two potential suspects they wish to speak with about the incident.

The theft occurred at a rural business on Boorowa Street in Young about 2am on 16 December, 2022, NSW Police say.

The shearing equipment stolen from the business includes shearing combs, cutters, handpieces and an Evo shearing plant.

Police recently released closed-circuit television images of two people they suspect were involved in the break and enter and are appealing for information on their identity, as well as the whereabouts of the stolen property.

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If you have any information about the incident, contact Hume Rural Crime investigators Dale Croker on 0447 715 645 or Alison Fitzpatrick on 0409 401 516.

You can make an anonymous report by contacting Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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