Between 12am and 8am on Monday January 6, it is alleged two boys entered a Woodward Street business, by kicking in the rear door.
Once inside, it is alleged one of the boys smashed an office window to gain access to the store and then removed five boxes of cigarettes. It is further alleged the boys then informed other youths of the break.
The group re-attended the business another two times that morning, removing food items and cigarette lighters.
A 16-year-old Normanton boy has been charged with three counts of enter premises and one count of attempted enter premises, in relation to other break and enter offences committed at a Landsborough Street business and the Railway Station in the early hours of Tuesday January 7.
A 15-year-old Normanton boy has been charged with two counts of enter premises and two counts of attempted enter premises.
A 12-year-old Normanton boy has been charged with three counts of enter premises and four counts of stealing.
All three boys will be dealt with under the provisions of the Youth Justice Act.
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