CCTV images taken from the Windmill Crossing business showing the stolen car and the offender. Picture: supplied
CCTV images taken from the Windmill Crossing business showing the stolen car and the offender. Picture: supplied

Police release photos of Mount Pleasant ram raid

POLICE are investigating an overnight ram raid of a Mount Pleasant business.

About 1.20am today, a stolen car was used to reverse into the front doors of a business on Windmill Crossing.

Police said the car used in the ram raid was stolen from an address in Phillip St, Mount Pleasant, between 9.30pm Saturday and 4.30am on Sunday.

The vehicle is a white 1998 Holden Commodore ute with registration 168FIP.

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After ramming the front doors of the business, police said the offender searched the premises, however nothing was reported stolen.

The offender, who is pictured, got back into the car and fled the scene.

The stolen ute has not yet been found.

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Anyone with information about the stolen car or the break and enter should contact police as soon as possible.

Phone Policelink on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


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