T-shirt gang victims’ break-in fury

By Blair Thomson
Updated November 12 2015 - 11:18pm, first published 2:10pm
VICTIM: Bish Rimal was left frustrated after his Howlong petrol station was targeted during a break-in. Police believe a group conducted more than 30 burglaries over six months. Arrests were made on Thursday. Picture: MARK JESSER
VICTIM: Bish Rimal was left frustrated after his Howlong petrol station was targeted during a break-in. Police believe a group conducted more than 30 burglaries over six months. Arrests were made on Thursday. Picture: MARK JESSER

THE victims of the so-called ‘t-shirt bandits’ say the break-ins caused serious disruptions and financial pain for their businesses.

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