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Bag snatch in city centre

Police are patrolling the Coffs Harbour city centre after a bag snatch in Park Ave just before 11am.
Police are patrolling the Coffs Harbour city centre after a bag snatch in Park Ave just before 11am.

POLICE are searching for a young male, who snatched a bag from a shopper in the Coffs Harbour city centre a short time ago.

A Woolworths staff member reported the offence on Park Ave around 11am.

The offender was described as wearing a green hooded jumper.

Police are patrolling the area for anyone matching that description.

Witnesses are being interviewed at the scene.

Topics:  bag snatch, city centre, coffs harbour police



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