Police are seeking assistance from the public to identify three men involved in a break-in at Gepps Cross.
About 2.45am on Thursday 15 August, three men broke into a sports store at the Gepps Cross Homemaker Centre by smashing the front glass doors with a hammer and a crowbar.
The men stole a large amount of sports clothing.
One suspect wore a black hooded jumper, black pants, black gloves and white shoes.
The second suspect was wearing a green camouflage hooded jumper with a pink/orange symbol on the chest, black pants, light gloves and white shoes.
The third suspect was wearing an orange and black hi-vis hooded jacket, black pants with white stripes down the sides, light gloves and black shoes.
The three men used a stolen white van which was later recovered and burnt out in Gawler East on 20 August.
Police would like to speak to anyone who may have been offered new sports clothing with tags attached and are seeking any information from the public which may lead to the identification of the above males.
Anyone with recognises the suspects of has information about the robbery is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at https://crimestopperssa.com.au/