Secret Harbour search warrant recovers $100,000 of allegedly stolen goods

Hannah CrossSound Telegraph
The value of the goods recovered exceeded $100,000.
Camera IconThe value of the goods recovered exceeded $100,000. Credit: WA Police/Supplied

A man and a woman from Secret Harbour have been charged with several offences after Mandurah detectives recovered more than $100,000 of allegedly stolen goods during a search.

Mandurah detectives and the newly formed rapid high harm offender response team searched a Secret Harbour home on December 16 after an extensive investigation into a series of incidents between November 5 and December 16.

It’s understood the alleged offenders were targeting high-value tools. Items including a large number of power tools seized during the search were valued at more than $100,000.

A 36-year-old man and a 31-year-old woman from Secret Harbour have been charged with offences including stealing a motor vehicle, stealing and home burglary.

The investigation is ongoing and may result in further charges.

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