Baby formula, cocaine, meth and beauty products worth $25,000 seized from a home as a man, 33, and woman, 74, are charged with shoplifting
- Two arrested after home and storage unit searched in Punchbowl
- 33-year-old man, 74-year-old woman linked to theft and resale of stolen goods
- Estimated value of $25,000 in goods and illicit drugs seized
An elderly woman and a young man have been arrested after police seized a haul of baby formula, beauty products and drugs from a home in Sydney’s southwest.
Police arrested a man, 33, and a woman, 74, after searching the home and a storage unit in Punchbowl on Tuesday morning.
During the search, officers allegedly found a haul of drugs including cannabis, meth and cocaine, as well as tubs of skin creams and pain relief gels, worth $25,000.
Police will allege the pair were running an illegal operation reselling stolen goods out of the suburban home.
An elderly woman and a younger man have been arrested after allegedly selling stolen goods (pictured) and drugs from a home in Sydney’s west
Police (pictured) found a haul of drugs including cannabis, meth and cocaine, as well as tubs of skin creams and pain relief gels, worth $25,000.
Photographs taken by police showed the huge haul of allegedly stolen goods neatly packed in blue containers.
The man was arrested in his home and charged with 18 counts of shoplifting and three counts of possessing illegal drugs.
He was refused bail and will face Bankstown Local Court today.
The woman was arrested at the storage facility with two charges of receiving stolen property and dealing with the proceeds of crime.
A 33-year-old man (pictured) and 74-year-old woman have been arrested after searching a home and storage unit in Punchbowl.
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