A man's bank account was drained after criminals broke into his car and, police believe, saw his credit card information.
The victim discovered he'd been robbed when his bank told him he'd had some fraudulent transactions on his account.
It happened after his car was broken into on Verri Street between 7pm on April 4 and 5.30am on April 5.
At the time only cash and a phone charger were stolen, but police believe credit card details may also have been stolen.
In other police news, a group of high-school aged people were spotted entering a house on Canal Street at about 11am on Tuesday.
They were seen by people in the neighbouring building, who filmed the incident.
They called police at around 11.10am, but by the time they arrived the young people were gone.
There was a broken window in one of the bedrooms, and the owner was told about what had happened.
After 1pm police got a tip off about some young people in Canal Street, and after some patrols police managed to find them on Yambil Street.
When stopped by police one of the 15 year old boys admitted he was one of the highschoolers who entered the building in Canal Street.
Police are currently trying to track down the other young people involved.
Anybody with information can call Griffith Police Station on 6969 4299 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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