Police have seized about $100,000 worth of goods following raids on two properties - one at Shepparton and another at Mooroopna.KAITLIN THALS January 23, 2013 4:00am
Police yesterday seized about $100,000 of goods during a raid at two properties - one at Shepparton and one at Mooroopna.
Shepparton police raided two properties — one at Shepparton and one at Mooroopna — yesterday morning, seizing an estimated $100
Shepparton police Detective Sergeant Mick Sheahan said about 11
There, they recovered a large quantity of items, including electrical goods and jewellery allegedly buried in the backyard.
He said police believed the items might be linked to burglaries reported last year.
Det Sgt Sheahan said a home on Charles St, Mooroopna, was also searched, with police recovering a large amount of clothing and other items.
He said an amount of drugs were also seized and police were working to identify the substance.
Det Sgt Sheahan said the items were allegedly stolen from residences in Shepparton, Kialla and Nagambie.
He said the investigation was ongoing and a 39-year-old Mooroopna man was assisting police.
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