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Police look for men in relation to Agnes robberies

DETECTIVES have released images of two men who they believe can assist with investigations into two break and enters in Agnes Water.

Police said two men entered two separate businesses in a shopping centre on Captain Cook Drive.

The offences occurred between the hours of 8pm on Sunday, January 18 and 5am on Monday, January 19.

It is believed the two men removed cash from a takeaway food store and items of jewellery from a jewellery store.

Both men are described as being around 180-185cm tall and slender in appearance. 

Police are looking for this man in relation to two break and enters at Agnes Water.
Police are looking for this man in relation to two break and enters at Agnes Water.

They were seen during the night wearing hats and balaclavas.

One man was pictured wearing a button-up shirt undone, dark pants and a necklace.  He also had facial hair.

The other man was wearing a long-sleeved dark shirt, long pants and a backpack.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au.

 

Detectives have released images of two men who they believe can assist with investigations into two break and enters in Agnes Water. Photo Contributed
Detectives have released images of two men who they believe can assist with investigations into two break and enters in Agnes Water. Photo Contributed Contributed

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