Police are investigating a break-in at Murwillumbah Library.
Police are investigating a break-in at Murwillumbah Library. Trevor Veale

Mur’bah library closed after break-in

UPDATE: 3.43pm Tuesday, November 24

MURWILLUMBAH Library has re-opened after a break-in over the weekend. 

The library was temporarily closed on Monday, after staff discovered the damage to a door and some equipment inside the building. 

Tweed Shire Council is continuing to help police with their investigations into the incident. 

 

Initial report: 12.52pm November 23

MURWILLUMBAH Library has been temporarily closed after a break-in over the weekend.

Tweed Shire Council was working with police so investigations could be conducted as quickly as possible.

While no books were believed to have been stolen, the offenders damaged the library's front doors and damaged equipment at the counter.

While forensic investigations continue, library services will continue to be available at Kingscliff Library, Lot 1, Turnock St and Tweed Heads Library, in the Tweed Heads Civic Centre at Brett St.

For updates on the closure, visit the news section of the council's website, tweed.nsw.gov.au, or the Richmond Tweed Regional Library site at rtrl.nsw.gov.au.

Alternatively, contact council on 02 6670 2400 or Richmond Tweed Regional Library on 02 6625 5100.

Anyone with information about the break-in is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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