FOOTAGE of three men at the scene of a steroid robbery at a Grafton horse stables complex in April has been released by police.

The security camera footage was released by Grafton police last week in an effort to identify the men, but complications with the clip’s obscure .vvf file type caused delays in the web broadcast.

Computer Troubleshooters in Grafton managed to find a way to convert the files so the Examiner could upload the interesting clips.

Police said expensive steroids and other drugs were stolen in the brazen break-in at Hosier Lodge on the corner of Turf and Oliver streets, Grafton, about 10pm on Friday, April 2.

The footage shows the three men casually strolling about the premises carrying buckets.

One of the men is seen to have two armband style tattoos, one on each arm.

Anyone with information should call Grafton police on 6642 0222.


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