Bakery break-in – can you help?

Police are appealing for information following a recent break-in at Ridgehaven.

At about 3.30 am on 26 March, three suspects broke into the St Peter’s Bakehouse on Main North East Road using a hockey stick to smash a window before stealing a cash till and an amount of cash. The suspects ran off in a westerly direction and were last seen heading towards Peter Place.

The first suspect is described as being Caucasian, 16-17 years of age, medium build with light brown hair. He was wearing a red and white bandana, black Tommy Hilfiger jacket and Black Calvin Klein tracksuit pants.

The second suspect is described as having a slim build and wearing a black New York Yankees baseball cap, Red Nike Air hooded top with stars on sleeve, dark pants, white gloves and red shoes with white laces.

The final suspect is described as being Caucasian, medium build and wearing a black long sleeve hooded top with a white emblem on the chest and sleeves, white track pants with blue and red colour on the knees and yellow gloves.

Anyone who may know the identity of any of the suspects or has any information that may assist police, is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at You can remain anonymous.

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