Narromine’s St Vincent de Paul staff were upset to find on Monday morning there had been an attempted break and enter at the Dandaloo Street store.
According to Narromine Police Sergeant Darren Wilkins, between 5pm on June 15 and 8.30am on June 18, unknown person/s attempted to force entry into the
rear doors of the St Vincent de Paul building.
“Although entry was not gained, damage was caused to the rear door during the attempt,” Sergeant Wilkins said.
“Anyone who witnessed anything unusual in the area is urged to contact police.”
Clothing and miscellaneous donations left outside the rear of the building were left scattered and in a mess for staff to clean up.
In other police news, at about 12.45pm on Sunday June 17, a male was disturbed attempting to break into the Narromine Cottage Craft centre.
Sergeant Wilkins said police were looking for a male wearing shorts and a red coloured jacket on a yellow BMX bike.
“He was last seen in the company of another male who was wearing a
grey coloured tack suit,” Sergeant Wilkins said.
“Both were fleeing the area in the rear lane to Dandaloo Street at the time.
“Again, anyone who witnessed anything or recalls seeing males fitting this description in the CBD area are asked to contact police.”