Police have appealed for information after a break and enter at a Goulburn service station on Sunday.
At 2am on September 19 police were called after an alleged break and enter at a service station on Clinton Street.
A number of items were stolen from the premises including cigarettes. Officers from the Goulburn Police Station commenced an investigation.
At about 8.30am police arrested a 17-year-old male and recovered proceeds of the alleged crime. The male was conveyed to the police station and later charged with break and enter and steal.
Officer in charge of Goulburn Police Station Inspector Matthew Hinton put the quick arrest down to "good swift police work".
Police are aware a number of stolen cigarette packets are still circulating in the community. They urged people to contact Goulburn Police Station on 4824 0799 or Crime Stoppers at crimestoppers.com.au or 1800 333 000 if they had any information.
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