Police appeal after $45,000 of watches stolen in Penshurst

Police are appealing for public assistance after a break and enter in Penshurst last week, during which watches valued at up to $45,000 were stolen, NSW Police say.

About 5am on Thursday 30 March 2017, three unknown men allegedly entered a business on Victoria Avenue.

Approximately 70 watches to the value of up to $45,000 were stolen.

Some of the brands of watches stolen include Invicta and Sekonda.

Police have been told the three men fled the scene in a dark grey Volkswagen station wagon.

Officers from St George Local Area Command attended and launched an investigation.

Anyone with information that may assist is urged to contact Crime Stoppers.

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