Charity well stolen, teenagers wanted for questioning

POLICE are seeking assistance to identify five youths who may be able to assist with inquiries after a charity money bin was stolen from a shopping centre in Dubbo.

About 6.25am on Sunday five youths attended the Riverdale shopping complex on Macquarie Street.

While inside the complex they stole a charity well.

The first young male is described as being caucusing in appearance 14-16-old, light brown hair, wearing a grey hooded jumper with a white motif across the chest.

The second young male is described as being caucusing in appearance 14-16-old, light brown hair, wearing a purple base ball cap and a black hooded jumper with a yellow motif on the front.

The third you males is described as being 14-16-years of age, Aboriginal appearance wearing a black hooded jumper with a white and blue motif on the front.

The fourth young male is described as being of Aboriginal appearance 14-16 years of age, brown hair, wearing a purple base ball cap with a superman logo, a red hooded jumper with the word” Western” across the chest.

The fifth young male is described as being of Aboriginal appearance 13-15 years of age, brown hair, wearing a black and grey hooded jumper.

Police have released CCTV footage and would like to speak to the five teenage boys who are depicted in the images.

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