Two men have been arrested after a Canterbury service station was burgled.
Police received a report that four men had smashed a window at a petrol station on High St, Leeston, southwest of Christchurch, about 2am on Friday.
“All four were wearing balaclavas and left on foot,” a police statement said.
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A police dog unit was used to track the men to a Station St address.
Items stolen in the burglary were found there and two 20-year-old men were arrested, the statement said
Police are investigating.