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Break and enter to steal diabetes machine

Can you identify these men?
Can you identify these men?

Police are seeking public assistance to help identify three men who may be able to assist with investigations into the break and enter of a residence in Ironbark, near Ipswich.  

Sometime between 12 and 1pm on October 14, three men broke into a house on Coach Road before stealing a diabetes machine, a laptop, jewellery and a sum of cash.  

All three men are described as being Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander in appearance.  

One man was wearing a pair of distinctive black rimmed glasses while another man was wearing a pink beanie and black sunglasses.  

The footage was captured on home security CCTV.  

Police are appealing for anyone who may recognise the men or have any other information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000    

Topics:  break and enter crime



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