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Police allege the 29-year-old woman broke into the Hemp Embassy in Cullen Street and stole between three and four thousand dollars cash and a thousand dollars worth of herbal vaporisers from the safe.

Police said they had received fresh evidence relating to the incident and today arrested the woman in Lismore.

She was taken to the Lismore police station and charged with Break, Enter and Steal before being released on conditional bail to appear in the Lismore Local Court in March.


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