Police appeal to identify Tweed City shoplifters


TWEED POLICE are appealing for public assistance to identify a pair they dubbed “Bonnie and Clyde” who stole almost $1000 worth of clothing from a Tweed City store on Tuesday, May 30.

Police said the pair entered a surf clothing store and caused a distraction whilst the male stole several items of clothing to a value of $979.85.

“The unknown male and female appeared to be working together and caused a scene within the store in an attempt to distract staff before the male was seen to stuff a significant number of items into a duffel bag before running from the store,” Police said in a media statement.

“Police believe the male shown below may be able to assist police with our inquiries.”

If any member of the public can identify the male shown in the above photo or know where he may be staying, they are being urged to contact Senior Constable Maxwell at Tweed Heads Police Station on 07 55360999 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, all information is confidential.