Beerwah business break in CCTV

WATCH: Police hunt for Beerwah break and enter bandits

POLICE are looking for two young women who broke into the Beerwah Pool overnight on May 28.

The pair gained entry and stole food, drinks and first aid equipment before breaking a coffee machine. 

The pair were caught red handed on CCTV and now police are asking the public to come forward if they know the two women. 

Police are seeking public assistance to identify two girls who broke into the Beerwah Pool.
Police are seeking public assistance to identify two girls who broke into the Beerwah Pool.

It comes during a spate of break and enters in the Beerwah area in the past week. 

Senior Sergeant Scott Wiggins said thieves broke into the Big Kart Track overnight on May 24 and stole property.

In a separate incident the Beerwah Golf Club was also targeted, but no items were taken but it is believed the offenders had alcohol in their sights. 

Beerwah Police wish to speak with the people in these CCTV images over break and enters into businesses.
Beerwah Police wish to speak with the people in these CCTV images over break and enters into businesses.

Police have no reason to believe the three break ins are connected.

"This does happen every so often and we can't always come up with an explanation why the offences have occurred, but this is unusual o have a spate like this in Beerwah," Snr Sgt Wiggins said. 

If you recognise anyone in these images please contact Beerwah Police on 5436 5222 or visit www.crimestoppers.com.au. 



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