Baker hits thief with rolling pin

POLICE want to question two youths over incidents in Urunga on Sunday night.

Police said the pair, aged 16 to 18, demanded pies at Urunga's bakery at 9.15pm. One of them tried to hit the baker with a letterbox, while the other was swinging punches.

The baker struck one of them with a rolling pin and as they fled, they kicked a front glass door.

Not long after, they assaulted the owner at the nearby Kalang River Motel and smashed pot plants.

If you saw suspicious activity, contact Urunga police on 6655 6244.

Robbery

IF you saw suspicious activity at Park Beach Holiday Park overnight on Monday, police want to hear from you.

Some time between midnight on Monday and 10am on Tuesday, intruders broke into a caravan by cutting a flyscreen and stole $300 from a wallet, which was inside a handbag.

The money belonged to a 27-year-old Port Melbourne woman.

To help with the investigation, contact Coffs Harbour police on 6652 0299.



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