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Thieves ram-raid Redbank Plains bottle shop

IPSWICH detectives are searching for thieves who ram-raided a Redbank Plains bottle shop this morning.

Police said a female driver and her associates were caught on CCTV driving into the BWS store on Keidges Rd about 5.50am.

After smashing their way in the group stole a quantity of wine and spirits before fleeing.

Police said the car used during the robbery was a silver Ford explorer.

The Criminal Investigation Branch is investigating.

If you have information that could help phone CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  bottle shop, ram raid, redbank plains




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