Police are appealing for public assistance after $40,000 worth of equipment has been stolen in a break and enter at a rural property in the Shoalhaven.
Between 2am and 2.30am on Monday, November 22, police said unknown persons gained entry to a property on Jindy Andy Lane, Numbaa, east of Nowra and used a hacksaw and grinder to break into a shipping container.
A .22 calibre bolt action rifle, a Kubota side-by-side utility and 150 litres of fuel in drums, as well as several tools and farming equipment worth in excess of $40,000 were stolen.
Officers attached to South Coast Police District have begun investigations and as part of ongoing inquiries, police would like to speak with two women who may be able to assist.
One of the women is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 170cm tall and has tattoos on both arms.
The second woman is described as being about 180cm tall with dark hair and a tattoo on her hand.
A small silver sedan, similar to a Holden Astra with red P-plates, was also seen in the area and the driver may be able to assist police.
As inquiries continue, anyone with information is urged to call Nowra Police on 4421 9699 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.
Information is treated in strict confidence.
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