Australia Alleged thief to face Melbourne court

13:34  13 march  2018
13:34  13 march  2018 Source:   msn.com

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It comes after a quick-thinking resident caught the alleged thief and locked him in a bin cupboard at a Beaconsfield Parade property just before 3.30am on Tuesday. The man is due to face Melbourne Magistrates Court .

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The 18-year-old has been charged for various offences including trespass, handling stolen goods, and possessing the proceeds of crime.

It comes after a quick-thinking resident caught the alleged thief and locked him in a bin cupboard at a Beaconsfield Parade property just before 3.30am on Tuesday.

The resident, a man aged in his 50s, allegedly confronted the man going through the boot of his car and locked him away until police arrived.

Police said he was arrested with stolen bank cards and cash which he had tried to bin while locked in the cupboard.

The young man was also charged over an alleged aggravated burglary and theft on Dow Street at Port Melbourne on Monday night.

He was charged with aggravated burglary, theft and committing an indictable offence whilst on bail in connection with Monday's alleged burglary.

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