Teen charged following alleged Coffs Harbour break-in

A TEENAGER has appeared in court today following an alleged break-in on the Coffs Coast last week.

About 7.30am last Friday, police were called to a home on Frederick St, following reports of a break-in.

Following their inquries, detectives later attended a house on Kurrajong St and spoke with a 15-year-old boy.

Following a search of the property, officers allegedly located and seized a motorised bicycle and mobile phones, which are believed to have been stolen during the break-in.

Police also located and seized a cannabis plant.

The teen was arrested and taken to Coffs Harbour Police Station where he was charged with cultivating a prohibited plant, goods in custody and disposal of suspected stolen property.

He was refused bail and appeared at a children's court on March 19.

He has been granted conditional bail and is next due to appear at the same children's court on April 12.



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