Police arrest Wagga men after alleged Mobil Junee break and enter, pursuit

Taylor Dodge
Updated November 21 2023 - 4:33pm, first published 4:00pm
CCTV footage reveals the moments before an alleged break-in on the Mobil Junee. Picture by Mobil Junee
CCTV footage reveals the moments before an alleged break-in on the Mobil Junee. Picture by Mobil Junee

The owners of a Riverina service station arrived to work to find their windows smashed and stock scattered across the floor after an alleged break and enter in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

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Taylor Dodge

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