A pair of alleged thugs who forced their way into a petrol station, stealing thousands of dollars worth of products are on the run.

Two men, who allegedly forced their way into a Mirboo North petrol station and stole thousands of dollars worth of products, are on the run.

Bass Coast detectives are investigating a burglary at Ridgway St BP service station at about 4am on Monday, March 29.

CCTV footage shows two men allegedly stealing products and leaving the petrol station in a stolen black Hyundai SUV.

Detective Senior Constable Darren Lomax told The Bass Coast News the offenders allegedly forced the petrol station door open using hand tools.

“We have got a few leads and we are just following them up at this stage,” Sen-Constable Lomax said.

The men were wearing black hoodies and masks at the time of the alleged robbery.

If you have information about this incident, contact Bass Coast CIU on 5671 4100 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Extracted in full from: Mirboo North BP petrol station theft: Men wanted after Ridgway Street alleged robbery | Herald Sun