Dell thieves charged with stealing goods worth $267,000

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Dell thieves charged with stealing goods worth $267,000

The Property Crime Squad of NSW Police, has charged five men following inquiries into the theft of a container carrying DELL computer monitors.

The LCD monitors were stolen from the grounds of an industrial site on Burrows Road, St Peters, between 4 January and 7 January.

The 830 Dell brand monitors were worth a total of $267,000.

As a result of information received by police, two premises were raided overnight by detectives from the Property Crime Squad, assisted by the Middle Eastern Organised Crime Squad and Newtown Local Area Command.

It is alleged that a large number of computer monitors were located and seized by police at premises in Lansvale and Punchbowl.

Detectives are also continuing to execute a search warrant at a storage facility on the Hume Highway, Lansvale.

Two men aged 59 and 38, both from Liverpool, and a 49-year-old from West Hoxton, Sydney, were charged overnight with goods in custody, while a 53-year-old Kogarah man was charged with one count each of receiving stolen property and goods in custody.

They were all granted bail and are due to appear in Liverpool Local Court on 29 January.

Meanwhile, a 41-year-old Bankstown man is due to appear in Bankstown Local Court on Wednesday 30 January charged with receiving stolen property.

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