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Sergeant Dave Scott said the vehicle was broken into between 5pm and 6.15pm yesterday. It was parked in the Countdown supermarket car park in the central city.
Sgt Scott said a side window was jemmied and left shattered on the ground. As well as cameras and camera equipment, a 40-litre red backpack containing womenswear was stolen.
Sgt Scott asked anyone who saw the break-in, or had information about the incident, to contact Dunedin police on (03) 471-4800.
''Given the circumstances I think there is a high possibility a member of the public has seen something that could assist this investigation,'' he said.
It was the second such burglary of, and theft from, a camper van in Dunedin this week.
On Tuesday afternoon a camper van being used by English visitors was burgled and their belongings stolen. The vehicle was parked near Mt Cargill.