Service NSW robbery suspects still a mystery to police

IT'S been more than two months and police are still hunting for a troublesome duo who robbed Service NSW.

The Rivendell Estate government one-stop-shop was broken into and robbed on July 18, while the Tweed Heads South office was still being fitted out for its August opening.

"Police have not identified the suspects," Crime Manager Detective Inspector Brendon Cullen said in a renewed appeal to the public for assistance.

Thousands of dollars worth of property, including computer hardware, electrical goods and tools, were stolen.

A male and female were seen entering the building before putting the stolen goods in the back of a car.

Anyone with information about this incident should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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