THIEVES have stolen cigarettes during a ram raid at the Jindera petrol station.
A vehicle was used to reverse through a bollard and glass panels at the Shell on the coroner of Urana and Adams streets.
A cigarette cabinet appeared to have been pried open.
A staff member said the thieves, who had their faces covered and were wearing gloves, had caused significant damage to the building.
“I think there were maybe two or three of them,” she said.
“It’s frustrating, especially when they cause more in damage than what they take.”
Glass, a television, a part of the roof and a bollard were damaged by the vehicle.
It's the second time the business has been targeted in a ram raid in about 12 months.
The service station remained closed early yesterday ahead of crime scene officers attending.
Anyone with information can call 1800 333 000.