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Salisbury, Adelaide: Two teenagers accused of allegedly stealing cheesecakes

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The two 15-year-old boys allegedly broke into The Cheesecake Shop in Salisbury, in Adelaide's north, shortly after 3am on Friday.

Two teenagers were allegedly caught on CCTV stealing cheesecakes during an early morning raid on a dessert shop.

The two 15-year-old boys allegedly broke into The Cheesecake Shop in Salisbury, in Adelaide’s north, shortly after 3am on Friday.

Surveillance footage captured from the bakery allegedly showed two figures climbing through a broken window, one wearing a hoodie and the other with a mask over his face.

The two 15-year-old boys allegedly broke into The Cheesecake Shop in Salisbury, in Adelaide’s north, shortly after 3am on Friday.

The couple allegedly went from refrigerator to refrigerator, removing several boxes of cheesecakes before quickly leaving the store.

The store owner called the police after seeing the security footage.

Police officers later responded to the scene where they found the store’s front window smashed but no one was inside.

His police dog, Chaos, led officers to the nearby Salisbury Stock Exchange, where they arrested two teenagers.

Police allege backpacks containing cheesecakes stolen from the John Street business were found in nearby bushes.

The teenagers, who are from the Adelaide suburbs of Salisbury North and Eyre, were arrested and charged with serious aggravated criminal trespass.

Both were released on bail and will face juvenile court on August 2.

The two teens allegedly left the store with their arms full of boxes of cheesecakes.

The two teens allegedly left the store with their arms full of boxes of cheesecakes.

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