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Two restaurants robbed in Mandurah crime spree

Mandurah Detectives are investigating several burglaries which include two restaurants in Mandurah, Halls Head and Greenfields between March 16 and March 17.

It’s understood, the incidents occurred sometime between 11:45pm Saturday March 17 and 3am March 17.

The first restaurant was hit on Magenta Terrace in Mandurah. 

Three men forced entry inside the premises, caused damage to the front doors, and stolen items from the counter and a sum of cash from register.

The second incident occurred at a café on Guava Way in Halls head. 

The men forced entry which caused damage to the front doors. 

A sum of cash was stolen from the register as well as a charity tin from the front counter.

Police have released CCTV images of three man who they believe may be able to assist them with their investigation.

The first man is described as fair skinned, approximately 160cm tall with a slim build and short brown hair. 

He was last seen wearing a black hooded jumper, orange gloves and dark pants. 

The man was also riding a dark coloured mountain bike.

The second man is described as fair skinned with a slim build, 170-180 centimetres tall, with a black hooded jumper and black pants.

He was seen riding a white coloured mountain bike.

The third man is described as fair skinned with a medium build, approximately 160-170cm tall.

 He was last seen wearing a black hooded jumper, dark shorts and was also riding a dark coloured mountain bike.

Detectives believe the men were involved in other incidents throughout the night and ask anyone with information about the identity of these men or details of this offence please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at and quote reference number 9229

You can remain anonymous if you wish and rewards are available once charges are laid.

Tex Reeks

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