Police have released an image of two suspects they believe are responsible for some of the 13 recent burglaries in Shepparton and Cobram.CHLOE WARBURTON August 7, 2014 3:05am
CCTV footage of the alleged offenders at Caltex service station on New Dookie Rd, Shepparton just after 2am on Sunday.
Police believe more than a dozen burglaries across Shepparton and Cobram in three days could be linked — and the distinctive blue shoes of one of the alleged offenders could be the key to identifying the culprits.
Shepparton police Crime Investigation Unit Detective Senior Constable Anthony Jasinowicz said numerous businesses across Shepparton and Cobram were targeted in a spate of 13 burglaries.
They took place between Sunday morning and Tuesday morning and included the Caltex service station on New Dookie Rd in Shepparton, where a till and drinks were stolen.
The offenders made off with tills in most of the burglaries, along with other valuables.
CCTV footage taken from the Caltex service station, which was burgled just after 2
One offender is wearing distinctive blue shoes with a red hooded jumper under a black jacket.
The second offender has a large build and is wearing shorts, work boots and a blue-and-white checkered shirt.
Detective Senior Constable Jasinowicz said both offenders were believed to be responsible for at least some of the weekend burglaries.
CCTV footage also shows a small white early-model hatchback believed to be used in the offences.
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