Police are appealing for public help to identify a man seen in surveillance camera images taken during a break-in at a Belmore Street restaurant.RACHEAL WILLETT June 17, 2014 4:30pm
Detective Sen-Constable Matt Prestage said the pictures were taken at the Naked Tree Café in Yarrawonga during a break in on the weekend.
He said it is believed someone entered the premises between 10.30pm on Saturday, June 14 and 7.30am on Sunday, June 15 and stole more than $500 from the business.
Anyone with information on the break-in or who may be able to assist police in identifying the man in the pictures, is urged to contact Yarrawonga Police on 5744 3641 or Cobram Criminal Investigation Unit on 5871 2866.
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