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    Police believe the burglaries of two businesses in Gore - where cash, alcohol and vaping products were stolen - could be linked

    Police believe the burglaries of two businesses in Gore - where cash, alcohol and vaping products were stolen - could be linked


    The first happened on Wednesday, when two men broken into the Longford Tavern on Hamilton Street, getting away with three boxes of Jim Beam cans, a bottle of spirits and the cash till.

    Last night, an offender targeted the Broughton Street Discounter, and stole vape products.

    Both times, entry was gained by breaking glass panelling.

    Police are asking for the public's help in tracking down the culprits.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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