Group of derelicts wanted after snatching grog at Tweed Heads and Casuarina

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TWEED POLICE are appealing to the community to help them track down a group of four men who snatched alcohol at two locations on the Tweed last Thursday, April 13.

Police said it was about 6:31pm when four males entered Liquorland Tweed Heads located on the corner of Wharf Street and Frances Street, Tweed Heads.

Police said in a media statement that at this time the three males had picked up Jack Daniels Double Black (10 can pack) valued at $53.00 each. Another man has also picked up a Woodstock Bourbon (10 can pack) valued at $38.00. All three males then ran from the location.

Police said the recorded photographs of males that may be able to assist with an ongoing investigation concerning thefts in the local area.

Police descriptions:

Male 1: Caucasian male, 17-20 years, thin build, short brown hair, wearing black long sleeve top and khaki skinny pants.

Male 2: Caucasian male, 17-20 years, thin build, wearing a dark coloured cap, light grey hoodie, black shorts and black and white shoes.

Male 3: Caucasian male, 17-20 years, thin build, wearing a white cap, black hoodie, grey shorts and black and white shoes.

Male 4: Caucasian male, 17-20 years, thin build, brown hair, black jumper, grey shorts.

“The same males may also be able to assist police with an ongoing investigation concerning theft from the Casuarina Liquorland,” police said.

At 8:34pm four unknown males have entered the Liquorland at Casuarina. The four males, went in different directions grabbed alcohol and ran out of the store.

A bottle of vodka worth $38.00 was taken, one carton of Cruisers valued at $70.00, 10 x pack Jack Daniels and 10 pack x Woodstock both valued at $44.00 each. The four were in the store for a total of one minute.

If you have any information that may be able to assist police concerning these theft offences please call CrimeStoppers on 180033300. Alternatively, you can utilise the crime reporting function at www.police.nsw.gov.au Please DO not report crime via police social media platforms.