Stolen goods seized in raid

IF YOU'VE had a Peewee 50 motorcycle stolen, the police want to hear from you.

The Peewee 50 is one of dozens of stolen goods seized by police of the Coffs Harbour Target Action Group, after they successfully executed a search warrant on a Frederick Street residence on Tuesday.

Police raided the residence after receiving information it was home to stolen goods taken during a spate of recent thefts from motor vehicles and homes in the Coffs Harbour region.

Police seized a large number of items from the premises, including an XBox and games, four mobile phones, two digital cameras, a laptop, a battery charger, a GPS navigator, a glass jewellery box containing RSL badges, an iPod and a wrench set.

Two people were arrested in relation to outstanding warrants.

The Peewee 50 motorcycle is yet to be claimed.

Police are asking anyone who may have had a motorbike stolen, whether it was reported or not, to contact the Target Action Group on 6652 0299.



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