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Second break-in in three years - Launceston cafe can't catch a break

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A Launceston café has become the target of thieves for the second time in under three years.

Badger and Boots coffee shop was burgled on Tuesday night, and whilst the thieves didn’t take cash, they took personal items that belonged to owner Liz Corrick.

Liz talks to Martin Agatyn, who is filling in for Brian Carlton, about the incident. She even gets a surprise whilst on air!

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