Two teenagers in court to face home invasion charges

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Two teenage boys are due to appear in court today charged over a home invasion at Macquarie Fields.

Police allege the youths threatened three residents with a baseball bat after smashing the back door and entering the home in Bangalay Place, Macquarie Fields.

The incident took place just before noon yesterday.

Police allege an argument continued before the teens left the scene.

Police from Macquarie Fields were called to the scene and established a crime scene.

A short time later two youths were arrested and taken to Macquarie Fields Police Station where they were charged.

A 16-year-old boy has been charged with

• Aggravated break and enter with intent while armed

• Armed with intent to commit indictable offence

• Stalk/intimidate.

A 15-year-old boy has been charged with

• Aggravated break and enter with intent while armed

• Stalk/intimidate.

Both youths were refused bail to appear at a children’s court today, Monday, April 10.


♦ Police are urging people to be wary of buying tickets, coupons and vouchers for Sydney’s Royal Easter Show through unofficial sellers following reports of credit card fraud.

Police are investigating the use of fraudulent credit cards to purchase bulk tickets, coupons and vouchers for the annual event which are then on-sold to unsuspecting buyers through online market places.

Last Friday (April 7) police arrested two men at the show after a suspected stolen credit card was allegedly used to purchase more than $800 worth of coupons and vouchers.

The men have been released pending further inquiries.

Tickets, coupons and vouchers which are purchased fraudulently could be voided at the event, irrespective of whether those using them are aware they are fraudulent.

Police are continuing to work closely with event organisers and official ticket sellers as investigations continue.


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