Bunbury police have recovered stolen items belonging to the Nova 93.7 team, following yesterday's vehicle break-in at Koombana Bay.
Travelling around the South-West with breakfast crew Nathan, Nat, and Shaun, WA Premier Mark McGowan visited the Dolphin Discovery Centre at 1pm on Thursday, October 10.
Thieves smashed a window to a rental van being operated by the group. The culprits then stole the items and left the scene.
One witness said she heard the window smash, but did not see anyone suspicious in the area at the time.
The investigation is set to continue.
"The Nova team and the Premier took the car park incident in their stride and got on with the job of promoting our South-West," Bunbury MLA Don Punch said.
"These incidents can happen anywhere, they are not unique to Bunbury.
"The Nova team know how to have fun and they do not let an incident like that spoil their day."
Following the incident, the premier and the radio crew met with Collie-Preston MLA Mick Murray.
The group visited Gnomesville, before spending time in Collie on Friday, October 11.
Anyone with information about the incident has been asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au