Detectives are looking for solutions after a string of ram raids on companies in Queensland that occurred in a single night time.
Police consider the damaging break and enters that occurred within the early hours of Monday morning in Rockhampton are linked.
The spree started at 3.25am when a light-coloured station wagon was used to ram the AFS Pharmacy on Dean Avenue in Frenchville.
Regardless of intensive injury being induced to the enterprise, nothing was stolen and the car drove off.
Then simply quarter-hour later a stolen silver Holden Acadia was “intentionally pushed” into the entrance door of a bottle store on close by Farm Avenue.
The again of the car could be seen on CCTV smashing by the store entrance and knocking over a whole lot of bottles of alcohol earlier than a person jumps out of the automobile and heads towards the money registers.
Police say bottles of alcohol in addition to two tills had been stolen earlier than the offenders fled the scene in one other car, believed to be a white hatchback.
The stolen Holden Arcadia was left on the scene.
It was stolen from a Mills Ave, Frenchville handle on April 14 and has been towed for police forensic examination.
Police consider the 2 incidents could also be linked and have urged anybody with info or related video to contact police.