Ram raiders hit Target
Police are still looking for two men and one woman who were involved in a dramatic robbery in Goonellabah last Saturday.
At about 5.15am they drove a VN Holden Commodore sedan through the glass doors of Target at the Goonellabah shopping village.
They then entered the shop and stole a quantity of electrical and entertainment goods.
All three then left in the car, which was later found in a nearby street destroyed by fire. Police believe the car was stolen.
The first man is described as in his early twenties and of white/European appearance. He was wearing a black and white hooded jumper and black tracksuit pants with white stripes down the side. He had white socks on his hands and an item of white clothing covering his face.
The second man is described as being in his early twenties and of Aboriginal appearance. He was shirtless and was wearing dark, long pants with stripes down both sides and white joggers. His hands were covered with white bandages or socks and he had a black item of clothing wrapped around his head.
The woman was described as being in her early twenties and of Aboriginal appearance. She was wearing dark-coloured pants and a dark jumper with white writing on the front and her hands were covered in light-coloured gloves or socks.
Anyone who has any information regarding the ram raid or who recognises the people in the images is urged to contact Lismore Police Station, or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.