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A couple entered a shop on Saturday in Byron Bay and after one of them stole items, he made his get-away by bicycle.

At about 2.05pm on the Saturday a man entered the boutique clothing and jewellery store, Island Luxe Tribe, on Marvell Street, Byron Bay.

The man had a woman with him when he entered the store. Both commenced to browse items throughout the store.

The store manager became suspicious of their activities due to the time they were spending in the store.

The man took five items of jewellery valued at $2216 and left the store, he and the woman rode off on pushbikes. CCTV footage showed the man stealing the items.

Police located the thief a short time later and charged him with the offence of stealing.


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