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Kippax Aldi supermarket twice raided by burglar with dog: police

Police are searching for a man who twice burgled a Canberra supermarket in the company of a white dog.

ACT Policing said the man forced his way into the Aldi supermarket on Hardwick Crescent in Kippax about 1am on Wednesday, February 10.

CCTV footage showed a man raiding the discount supermarket's alcohol aisle with the dog in tow.
CCTV footage showed a man raiding the discount supermarket's alcohol aisle with the dog in tow. Photo: ACT Policing

He grabbed an undetermined amount of alcohol before fleeing.

The man has also been linked to a burglary at the same Aldi Store almost two months earlier.

The man is described as Caucasian in appearance, approximately 180 to 190 centimetres tall of and of small to medium build.
The man is described as Caucasian in appearance, approximately 180 to 190 centimetres tall of and of small to medium build. Photo: ACT Policing

CCTV footage showed a man again raiding the discount supermarket's alcohol aisle with the dog in tow.

The man is described as Caucasian in appearance, approximately 180 to 190 centimetres tall and of small to medium build.

A man who was twice caught on CCTV stealing from the Kippax Aldi store brought his dog with him each time.
A man who was twice caught on CCTV stealing from the Kippax Aldi store brought his dog with him each time. Photo: ACT Policing

He has a number of tattoos on his right forearm, right side of his torso and left ankle.

Police urge anyone who can identify the man to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via act.crimestoppers.com.au.