Police search for three men after bottle shop robbery

DETECTIVES from Moreton North are investigating the robbery of a Caboolture liquor store at the end of last month.

Investigations to-date indicate that around 6.15pm on October 31, three men entered the store on Matthew Terrace. 

There, they removed a quantity of alcohol from the shelves and concealed it under their clothes.

When they were approached by the male attendant a short conversation took place, before one of the men pushed the attendant over.  The three men then fled the scene on-foot.

Minor physical injuries were sustained by the attendant.

The first man is described as being around 190cm tall, with a muscular build, black hair and brown eyes.

He was seen to be wearing a white singlet with the word 'HEAT' on the front and a camouflage coloured cap. He also had tattoos on his upper arm.

The second man (pictured) is described as being Pacific Islander in appearance and around 180cm tall, with a proportionate build, black hair and brown eyes.

He was seen to be wearing a black t-shirt and red shorts.

The third man (pictured) is described as being Caucasian in appearance and around 185cm tall, with a proportionate build, dark brown hair and full beard.

He was wearing a black t-shirt and a black cap.



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