Carrum man to face court after police seize embossing machine

Police arrested a man after executing a search warrant in Carrum on 9 November.

Detectives from Kingston Crime Investigation Unit attended the Stephens Street address and executed a warrant at 9am.

Police seized items including an embossing machine used to create false identification, an allegedly stolen car, power tools, mail and what is alleged to be a large quantity of manufactured driver’s licences, credit cards along with allegedly stolen mail.

A 43-year-old Carrum man was arrested at the scene.

He has been charged with handle stolen goods, theft of motor vehicle, commit indictable offence whilst on bail, possess identifying information relating to another person, possess proceeds of crime and possess methylamphetamine.

He has been remanded to the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court today.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report online at

Sergeant Cameron Scott


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