Canberra businesses, including two supermarkets, have been hit by a second lot of 'linked' ram-raids in as many nights, police say.
Three stores in Canberra's north were targeted in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Police are searching for three people believed to be responsible.
The front doors of the Franklin Woolworths was smashed through with a car just after 3.40am.
An ACT police spokesman said gift cards and cigarettes were stolen from the supermarket.
The second incident took place at another Woolworths supermarket, this time in Hawker, but the alleged offenders failed to gain access to the store.
A third ram-raid then occurred at the Cook shops.
Police say officers were called to a car fire at the Hawker playing fields at 5.45am, which is believed to be connected to the earlier ram-raids.
The police spokesman said officers were searching for a red Subaru Impreza and a dark green Holden Astra allegedly used in the incidents.
An IGA supermarket at Ngunnawal and a newsagency at Charnwood were targeted in similar incidents on Monday morning.
The offenders in Monday's incident stole 10 bottles of vodka from the Ngunnawal supermarket, which sustained a large amount of damage to the front of the store.
Two other ram-raids also took place earlier this month, where a Domino's in Weston and a Repco in Greenway were targeted within 30 minutes of each other.
Anyone with information to the ram-raids have been urged to contact CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000.