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By Victoria Stone-Meadows

A newly constructed house in Cranbourne East has been robbed of furniture after fake removalists ransacked the property last month.
Police believe the faux-removalists gained entry to the house on Greenglade Way sometime on Monday 20 March.
The thieves removed many pieces of furniture from the house via the back door and through a gap in the back fence.
Police are urging the public to be wary of any suspicious furniture removalist or delivery vans and trucks that are removing furniture from newly built houses in the region.
Anyone with information regarding the theft from Greenglade Way is asked to contact Detective Donnelly at Casey Crime Investigation Unit on 9705 3114 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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