Police charge two with burglary offences after Roxburgh Park warrants

Hume Criminal Investigation Unit detectives have charged two males after executing search warrants in Roxburgh Park on Thursday 23 January.

The warrants relate to nine alleged burglaries and one alleged attempted burglary at tobacco stores and shopping centres between 11 and 20 January.

Detectives attended the St Clair Boulevard address and located a large amount of cash, cigarettes and high-end clothing suspected of being proceeds to crime.

A 19-year-old Roxburgh Park man has been charged with 37 offences including burglary, criminal damage, theft of motor vehicle, theft, possess proceeds of crime and make false report to police.

He has been remanded to reappear at Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on 17 April 2020.

A 17-year-old Roxburgh Park boy has been charged with handle stolen goods, possess proceeds of crime and possess a prohibited weapon.

He has been bailed to appear at a children’s court at a later date.

The investigation remains ongoing.

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