Instagram model, 23, wears a tank top and trackies as she drops her son off at daycare after skipping court ‘over a series of burglaries’ on Sydney’s northern beaches
- Monique Marina Agostino, 23, failed to turn up to Manly Local Court last week
- The magistrate issued an arrest warrant but she has been seen out and about
- Police allege the model allegedly went on burglary spree of cafes and shops
- Agostino had initially being granted conditional bail and has not entered a plea
An Instagram model charged with a series of burglaries is still out on bail despite skipping a court date a week ago.
Monique Marina Agostino, 23, failed to turn up to Manly Local Court last Wednesday so the magistrate issued a warrant for her arrest.
The single mother allegedly went on a burglary spree last November, targeting several cafes and convenience stores across Sydney’s northern beaches.
Monique Marina Agostino, 23, is still out on bail despite skipping a court date a week ago
The single mother allegedly went on a burglary spree last November, targeting several cafes and convenience stores across Sydney’s northern beaches
Agostino’s bail was continued until a new court date on February 27 – two weeks after Magistrate Christopher Longley issued the arrest warrant.
The former property manager was seen dropping off her young son at daycare on Wednesday morning, not far from her home on the northern beaches.
She swapped the glamourous attire she usually dons for photos shared with her almost 8,000 Instagram followers for a tight tank top, track pants, and sandals.
Agostino is charged with two counts of breaking and entering to steal property valued at less than $60,000.
Agostino swapped the glamourous attire she usually dons for photos shared with her almost 8,000 Instagram followers for a tight tank top, track pants, and sandals
Police allege Agostino (pictured) went on a burglary spree last November, targeting several businesses in Killarney Heights, Forestville and St Ives
She is also charged with breaking and entering with intent to steal, one count of aggravated breaking and entering in company to steal less than $60,000, and one count of dishonestly obtaining property by deception.
Documents tendered to the court alleged Agostino targeted several businesses and properties during an early morning burglary spree.
Agostino allegedly first broke into the Pound of Pizza restaurant in Tramore Pl Killarney Heights at 1.52am on November 6 and stole a mobile phone.
Minutes later, it’s alleged the former Killarney Heights High School student broke into the nearby House of Fruit convenience store at 1.54am.
When Agostino (pictured) failed to appear before the court last Wednesday, Magistrate Christopher Longley ordered that an arrest warrant be issued
Agostino (pictrued left and right) allegedly targeted several businesses and properties in Sydney’s northern beaches during an early morning burglary spree
Not long after, at 1.56am, police allege Agostino then attempted to break into Le Parisen Cafe.
Within an hour, she allegedly targeted Stanley St Cafe in St Ives, where police claimed she stole $300 cash and a Westpac credit card.
Officers alleged she later used the credit card to buy food worth $11.55 at McDonald’s Brookvale.
Agostino (pictured) is charged with two counts of break and enter house or building to steal property valued at less than $60,000
Agostino (pictured left and right) had been granted conditional bail and didn’t enter a plea
On November 24, police allege Agostino broke into Forestville Bakery and stole $1000 in the presence of another person.
According to bail documents tendered to the court, the prosecution are planning to include CCTV footage as part of its case.
Agostino had initially been granted conditional bail but didn’t enter a plea.
Her former barrister, Bronwyn Pullinger, who appeared in court on behalf of Agostino on January 23, has since withdrawn from the case.
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