Mackay police would like to speak to these people about a burglary at a business on Boddington St, East Mackay at 4:30am on Saturday, October 29.
Mackay police would like to speak to these people about a burglary at a business on Boddington St, East Mackay at 4:30am on Saturday, October 29. Contributed

Alarm stolen by thieves, along with electronics

MACKAY police have asked for help to find two people they say are connected to yet another burglary in the city.

Senior Constable Steve Smith said a business on Boddington St, East Mackay was broken into at 4.30am on Saturday.

Computer parts, Apple iPads and an duress alarm were stolen.

Sen Const Smith said police want to speak with the two people pictured, who "may be able to assist with their investigations".

The burglary is just one incident in a long string of property and vehicle break-ins and thefts in recent months.

Mackay police recently warned residents and motorists to remain vigilant about security and to keep an eye out for each other to help ward off opportunistic thieves.

If you have any information about the people pictured call Mackay Police Station on 4968 3444 or call CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000. You can remain anonymous.



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