Benalla police located a large amount of allegedly stolen items at a Benalla property yesterday.KAITLIN THALS February 27, 2014 10:22am
Benalla police recovered $46 500 worth of allegedly stolen goods yesterday, believed to be taken from a Benalla excavation business.
Benalla Police Crime Investigation Unit Acting Detective Sergeant Shannon Murphy said that a burglary occurred at the premises, on the cnr of Goomalibee and Burness Rds, Benalla, on Februray 24.
Act Det Sgnt Murphy said police executed search warrants yesterday and recovered the items from a Margaret St, Benalla home.
A Benalla man, 41, was charged with theft, burglary and criminal damage, and will appear at Benalla Magistrates’ Court on April 29.
Full story in next week’s Benalla Ensign.
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