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By Victoria Stone-Meadows

Thieves have stolen thousands of dollars’ worth of specialist equipment from a construction site in Clyde North earlier this month.
Police believe the unknown crooks broke into the site sheds between 1.30pm on 1 April and 6.30am on 3 April.
The thieves stole a ‘Topcon’ brand GPS valued at $20,000 and a ‘Topcon’ dual grade levelling laser valued at $4000.
Police have released an image from CCTV of a person who may be able to assist, as well as images of the stolen items in the hope that someone may know of their whereabouts.
Anyone with any information is asked to please contact Detective Senior Constable Doyle at Casey Crime Investigation Unit on 9705 3114 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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