Man charged after luxury goods worth $460,000 stolen - Sydney City
Friday, 14 January 2022 04:52:17 AM
A man has been charged after almost 100 luxury items – worth more than $460,000 – were stolen from a store in Sydney on New Year’s Day.
Police will allege about 3.30am on Saturday 1 January 2022, a man forced entry to a luxury goods store on George Street and left a short time later, taking a handbag.
The man re-entered the store with two wheelie bins and left shortly after, taking more handbags and clothing in the bins.
The estimated value of the items stolen – which amount to almost 100 items – is more than $460,000.
Officers attached to Sydney City Police Area Command were notified of the incident and commenced investigations.
Following inquiries, police attended a motel on Liverpool Road, Ashfield, and arrested a 38-year-old man.
Several items were located and seized within a hotel room, including three luxury handbags.
He was taken to Burwood Police Station where he was charged with break and enter steal value (more than $60,000).
The man was refused bail and will appear at Burwood Local Court today (Friday 14 January 2022).