Police are investigating an early morning break-in at a Parkside hotel where cash tins were stolen.
About 6.45am on Wednesday 8 February, police were called to Leicester Street after a member of the public reported a hotel had been broken into.
On arrival, patrols noticed the front door to the hotel had been smashed and an automatic teller machine was positioned on the ground outside the hotel.
At 1.20am, CCTV shows a white Holden utility reverse into the hotel door twice and three people, one woman and two men, get out of the car and start kicking the door.
The suspects then entered the hotel and were seen dragging the ATM outside where they stole two cash boxes. The trio left in the ute and it was last seen heading west on Leicester Street.
Police have released CCTV images of the suspects in a bid to identify them.
The man driving was wearing a baseball cap with a distinctive camouflage pattern, a long sleeve hoodie, shorts and a face mask. The second man was wearing a long-sleeve hoodie drawn tight around his face, long pants, and gloves. The woman was also wearing a hoodie with Lonsdale logo on the front with the hood partially covering her face, long leggings, and gloves.
Police located the suspect vehicle at Enfield this morning.
Eastern District CIB are Investigating the incident and ask anyone with information on the break-in or recognises the people in the images to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at www.crimestopperssa.com.au – you can remain anonymous.