Trio accused of taking part in ‘organised theft’ of more than 75 bicycles

Police believe they have nabbed the men responsible for a string of bike thefts across Sydney.

Officers from Redfern PAC have been investigating the what they believe is an “organised” stealing ring operating within the central metropolitan area.

Most of the bikes, some valued at more than $6,000, have been taken from storage cages within residential car parks.


Officers raided a home in Darling Avenue in Lurnea on Tuesday, nabbing three men and seizing three motorcycles and three bicycles.

A 34-year-old man, from Oran park, and a 35-year-old man, from Ingleburn, have both been slapped with a number of charges, including aggravated break and enter and commit serious indictable offence, aggravated enter dwelling in company, and larceny.

Both were refused bail to appear at Liverpool Local Court today.

While a 39-year-old man, from Lurnea, has been charged with enter enclosed lands, and four counts of possess prohibited drug and was granted conditional bail to appear in court next month.

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