Police have charged two men and a teenage boy following aggravated break-ins at Inverell on Sunday.
Between 10am and 1.10pm on Sunday 27 September 2015, three homes were broken into on Gilchrist Street and Leonard Street.
A large number of items were stolen from the houses including; cash, jewellery and prescription medication.
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Police were contacted and officers from New England Local Area Command commenced an investigation.
About 2.45pm, the same day, officers were patrolling Urabatta Street, Inverell, where they stopped and spoke to a group of people.
Two men, aged 18, and a teenage boy, aged 17, were searched and police allegedly located property from the break-ins.
All three were arrested and taken to Inverell Police Station, they were charged with;
– Aggravated enter dwelling with intent in company,
– Enter enclosed lands x3,
– Receive/dispose stolen property x2,
– Aggravated break and enter with intent in company,
– Malicious damage,
– Aggravated break and enter commit serious indictable offence in company, and
– Goods in custody.
The two men were refused bail Inverell Local to appear at Moree Local Court tomorrow (Tuesday 29 September 2015).
The teen was refused bail to appear at a children’s court tomorrow (Tuesday 29 September 2015).
Inquiries are continuing.