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Geraldton police seek public assistance regarding Utakarra attempted burglary investigation

Jessica MoroneyGeraldton Guardian
Police are seeking the whereabouts of four people captured on CCTV who they believe can assist with their inquiries.
Camera IconPolice are seeking the whereabouts of four people captured on CCTV who they believe can assist with their inquiries. Credit: WA Police

Geraldton Police are seeking the community’s help in locating four males who may be able to assist with inquiries involving an attempted home burglary in Utakarra last week.

Police allege four males attempted to break into a house in Utakarra on Friday, December 23 about 1.10am while the home occupant was out of town.

Police are seeking the whereabouts of four people who they believe can assist with their inquiries.
Camera IconPolice are seeking the whereabouts of four people who they believe can assist with their inquiries. Credit: WA Police

Acting officer in charge Sen. Sgt Nathan Johansen said the matter was only reported on Tuesday, January 3 and police believe the people pictured could assist them with their inquiries.

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Sen. Sgt Johansen alleged two suspects attempted to gain entry to a rear door using tools, leaving the scene after a few minutes of unsuccessful attempts.

“The incident was captured on CCTV and the suspects have yet to be identified,” he said.

Police are seeking the whereabouts of four people who they believe can assist with their inquiries.
Camera IconPolice are seeking the whereabouts of four people who they believe can assist with their inquiries. Credit: WA Police

Geraldton Police ask if anyone recognises the people pictured to contact the Geraldton Police Station or CrimeStoppers and quote IR 030123 1610 17722.

Police are seeking the whereabouts of four people who they believe can assist with their inquiries.
Camera IconPolice are seeking the whereabouts of four people who they believe can assist with their inquiries. Credit: WA Police

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