CCTV footage released after Goolwa break-ins

Two people of interest, who police would like to speak to. Photo: SA Police
Two people of interest, who police would like to speak to. Photo: SA Police

GOOLWA – Police would like to speak to two people seen in CCTV footage as part of an investigation into a series of business break-ins at Goolwa. 

The doors of three businesses on Cadell Street were forced open between 6pm on Tuesday, July 26 and 8am on Wednesday, July 27, and tills, a charity box, and other items were stolen. 

Because of the forceful entry, the premises were damaged.

Another business on Railway Terrace was also broken into and cash was taken.

Hills Fleurieu police have released footage of two people of interest who were captured on CCTV in the area, who they would like to speak to.

"We have been able to obtain some images of suspects for these offences,” Hills Fleurieu LSA officer in charge Superintendent Craig Wall said.

“I am hoping that someone in the community will recognise these people and come forward with information for the police.”

If you reconise anyone in the image or footage, or have any information about the break-ins, contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or at https://crimestopperssa.com.au. You can remain anonymous.

This story CCTV footage released after Goolwa break-ins first appeared on The Times.