Three charged after cars, personal items stolen - Drummoyne
Wednesday, 21 July 2021 06:41:24 PM
Three people have been charged after two vehicles, mobile phones and other items were allegedly stolen from a home in Sydney’s inner-west last month.
About 1am on Thursday 10 June 2021, a black Audi, a blue Mini Cooper, bank cards and other personal items were allegedly stolen from a home on Wrights Road, Drummoyne.
Officers attached to Burwood Police Area Command were notified and commenced an investigation.
Following extensive inquiries, three search warrants were executed with assistance from the Nepean and Mt Druitt Proactive Crime Teams at properties in North St Marys, Penrith and Mt Druitt about 7am today (Wednesday 21 July 2021).
During the searches, investigators seized clothing, electronic devices, and drugs.
A 34-year-old man and two teenage boys, aged 17 and 16, were arrested and taken to Mt Druitt Police Station.
The 34-year-old North St Marys man was charged with aggravated break and enter commit serious indictable offence in company-steal etc greater than $60,000, aggravated break and enter dwelling etc in company steal less than $60,000, dishonestly obtain property by deception, participate criminal group contribute criminal activity.
He was refused bail to appear at Mt Druitt Local Court tomorrow (Thursday 22 July 2021).
A 16-year-old Mt Druitt boy was arrested and charged with aggravated break and enter dwelling etc in company steal less than $60,000, aggravated break and enter commit serious indictable offence in company steal etc greater than $60,000, and participate in criminal group contribute criminal activity.
He was refused bail to appear at a Children’s Court tomorrow (Thursday 22 July 2021).
A 17-year-old Penrith boy was arrested and charged with two counts of assault officer in execution of duty. He was refused bail and appeared in Children’s Court today where he was granted conditional bail to reappear in Children’s Court on Thursday 2 September 2021.
Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report information via NSW Police social media pages.