Police have appealed for the public’s help in a bid to find the Narrogin Quarry Operations burglar. On Tuesday, July 14, an unidentified man entered the quarry about 8:30pm, causing damage to the property then stealing equipment and items from the office. First Class Constable Jeremy Carter of Narrogin police said the burglary was strikingly similar to one that happened at the quarry last year. “Because of that we think it could be the same person,” Const. Carter said. “We just figured we’ve got to get this out to the public, someone's got to recognise this person, especially since he appears to be a repeat offender. “He may live close by”. Quarry manager Alan Davies said he was very upset by the incident. “He’s coming back. I know he is,” Mr Davies said. “He robbed me this time last year and he’ll do it again.” Mr Davies is also urging the community to help identify the thief. “I hate his guts, and I want him caught,” he said. “If anyone recognises him, speak up.” Anyone with information is asked to call Narrogin police on 9882 2555 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.. Quote police reference number 150720 0716 88123.