Two charged for break-in

TWO 19-year-old men have been charged with break, enter and steal offences and another is assisting police with their inquiries after an incident at a Foleys Road, South Lismore, property on Wednesday.

Police allege that the men entered the property and a short time later they stopped a green Prado arresting three people. In the car police recovered an Xbox and Toshiba laptop computer.

Police also allege they found property linked to another robbery from Oakley Avenue, East Lismore. This property included a coloured backpack containing a Kodak camera, Wii console and accessories, numerous gold rings, a USB stick, multi-tools and an LG mobile phone.

The pair have been bailed to Lismore Local Court on June 27.

Topics:  break-in crime lismore

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