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Man enters Melbourne butcher shop for a cook up, a Milo and about $400 in cash.

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A burglar has helped himself to hundreds of dollars worth of meat, some cash – and a Milo when breaking into a Melbourne butcher shop.

According to the Eyewatch – Frankston Police Service Area Facebook page, the man entered Marshall’s Quality Meats in Langwarrin on the evening of April 5.

Once inside the store, he cooked and smoked a variety of meat and stole about $410 in cash.

A man has broken into a Langwarrin butcher shop, cooked hundreds of dollars of meat before stealing more than $400 dollars. (Marshall’s Quality Meats/Facebook)

Manager of the shop Scott Little said when he arrived the following morning everything was a mess.

“There was just crap everywhere,” he told 9News.

Mr Little he first assumed his boss had let himself in to do…



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