Two teenagers, one from Mooroopna and one from Shepparton, have been arrested and charged with tampering with, and stealing from, a motor vehicle.RIAHN SMITH April 2, 2014 4:33am
Two teenagers were arrested yesterday morning after allegedly breaking into a car in central Shepparton.
Shepparton police Sergeant Justin McAuley said police were called to a Nixon St home about 4.30
Sgt McAuley said the duo allegedly used a screwdriver to damage a door lock and gain entry to the car, which was parked in the driveway.
He said police searched the teenagers and found a foil of cannabis.
A Mooroopna man, 18, and a Shepparton boy, 17, were arrested and charged with one count each of theft from a motor vehicle and tampering with a motor vehicle.
The Mooroopna man was also charged with possessing a drug of dependence.
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