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Police seek Yen thieves

POLICE are appealing to the public for information about a break and enter at a Ballina residence where an amount of Japanese currency was stolen.

Sometime between Friday afternoon on November 9 and Sunday afternoon on November 11 unknown offenders have broken into a ground floor window of a house in Catherine Cr at Ballina.

Once inside the offenders ransacked the house stealing a quantity of Japanese Yen as well as snowboards, a passport, a wallet and a novelty smoking pipe.

Anyone with any information is asked to information is asked to contact Ballina Police on 02 6681 8699 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  richmond local area command



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