A Pomona St dairy has again been targeted by thieves.
Acting control manager Fred Shandley, of Invercargill, said this morning police were called after a break-in at the Pomona Street Discount store, on the corner of Tramway Rd and Pomona St, at about 10.44 pm yesterday.
Police were called to the scene by a member of the public, after a male believed to be in his 20s was seen kicking in a glass sliding door at the shop, Mr Shandley said. He may not have been acting alone.
''Police are liasing with the owners with beefing up security and we're reviewing CCTV footage from the location,'' he said.
No one was inside the shop at the time.
Police were still working to establish what property, if any, was taken during the burglary, he said.
Anyone who may have seen people or vehicles in the area around the time of the break-in should contact the Invercargill police, he said.
The dairy has been the target of several break-ins in the past.
Inquiries into the burglary are continuing, Mr Shandley said.
- © Fairfax NZ News
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