Police are seeking public assistance on an attempted break-in at Cudgen Headland Surf Club.
Police are seeking public assistance on an attempted break-in at Cudgen Headland Surf Club. Max Fleet

Attempted break-in at surf club

SOMEONE attempted to break into the Cudgen Headland Surf Club on Tuesday night.

Surf club secretary Brian Vickery said a window was smashed, but there was no evidence of entry.

"I say it was an attempt because there they apparently used a chair to break a window. A small person could fit in the window but there appeared to be nothing taken," he said.

"The area they tried to enter was downstairs where we do all our administration."

The club is hosting the NSW Surf Life Saving Championship this week, but Mr Vickery said there was no property belonging to the visiting surf clubs in the room.

Tweed Police were investigating the break in this morning.

Anyone with information about the attempted break-in at Cudgen Headland Surf Club should phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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