A 30-year-old Tumbi Umbi man has been arrested and charged with multiple offences following a string of break ins around Gosford.
At about 4am on Thursday, March 26, the man was captured on CCTV entering the garage complex of a unit block in Holden St, Gosford, where police allege that he then committed a number of break and enters on individual garages, including smashing a window to gain entry into a vehicle within one of the garages.
On the same evening, Police allege that the same man attended another unit block in Donnison St, West Gosford, where he allegedly forced his way into a vehicle parked in the garage area, stealing a credit card.
Fraudulent purchases were then made using the stolen credit card.
After an investigation, the man was arrested on Wednesday, April 1, in Gosford.
He was conveyed to Woy Woy Police Station where he was subsequently charged with: three counts of break and enter, larceny, destroy or damage property, dishonestly obtain goods by deception and breach of bail.
He was bail refused to appear at Newcastle Local Court on Monday, April 20.
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