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Police seek CCTV identities

Police believe these men can assist them with their inquiries.
Police believe these men can assist them with their inquiries.

POLICE investigating a theft from First Choice Liquor in Ballina on January 7 would like to speak to two men they believe may be able to assist them who were captured on CCTV.

Detectives would like to talk to the men in the photo above.

One man was wearing a fluoro yellow and blue polo shirt and green shorts.

The other man was wearing a red singlet, white Billabong board shorts and a blue and white cap.

Anyone with any information on the identity of these men is asked to call Ballina police on 6681 8699 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

If you recognise this man contact Ballina police.
If you recognise this man contact Ballina police.

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