Cigarette thieves have struck at second Co-op petrol station in Huddersfield in just three days.
The latest incident happened this morning at Brockholes Petrol Station at around 3.20am.
Intruders forced their way into the back of the Co-op shop in New Mill Road.
Once inside they went through a store room before making their way into the main shop and removing a high value of cigarettes.
The alarm company alerted the Co-op Assistant Manager who contacted police.
Two Asian male suspects fled in a vehicle and were captured on CCTV.
Detectives investigating the Brockholes burglary have linked it to a virtually identical incident in Fenay Bridge.
That happened in the early hours of Wednesday morning and cigarettes were also stolen.
Det Sgt Peter Usher of Huddersfield CID said: “We believe that the the two burglaries at petrol stations this week are connected as they both targeted Co-op stores and stole cigarettes.
“Enquiries are ongoing. Anyone who has any information or has seen something suspicious please contact police on 101 or via Crimestoppers.”
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