Diapers, formula for babies and vitamins worth $ 13,000 confiscated while the police take strong action against theft

A 41-year-old man and a 30-year-old woman were accused of stealing diapers, baby formula and vitamins worth $ 13,000.

Two people have been arrested for allegedly stealing diapers, baby formula and vitamins worth $ 13,000.

The police confiscated the assets and a large amount of cash from Deer Bank, 17 kilometers west of Melbourne CBD.

A search warrant for Robinsons Road property was executed by Brimbank Safer Communities Taskforce officers on Thursday at 11 a.m. M.

A 41-year-old man and a 30-year-old woman were accused of stealing diapers, baby formula and vitamins worth $ 13,000.

A 41-year-old man and a 30-year-old woman were accused of stealing diapers, baby formula and vitamins worth $ 13,000.

They found diapers, ointment, bio oil, vitamins, formula cans for babies, underwear and toothpaste, for a total of $ 13,000 of alleged theft.

The officers arrested a 41-year-old man and a 30-year-old woman on the scene.

The pair has been accused of multiple charges related to the handling and possession of stolen property.

They were granted bail and are expected to appear in the Sunshine Magistrates Court in January of next year.

The findings came a week after three men were charged with a series of robberies that yielded a formula for babies and vitamins for more than $ 160,000 that police found.

The police confiscated the assets and a large amount of cash from Deer Bank, 17 kilometers west of Melbourne CBD

The police confiscated the assets and a large amount of cash from Deer Bank, 17 kilometers west of Melbourne CBD

The police confiscated the assets and a large amount of cash from Deer Bank, 17 kilometers west of Melbourne CBD

A robbery in the warehouse was reported to the Victoria Police on August 29 and a truck, allegedly related to the theft, was found in Laverton, in the southwest of Melbourne, the next day.

The police claim that the truck was carrying 15 pallets with baby formula and vitamins.

Less than a month earlier, New South Wales police arrested an alleged infant formula theft ring, allegedly led by Lie Ke of Carlingford.

They got better more than 4,000 cans of formula and more than $ 215,000 in cash.

The findings came a week after three men were charged with a series of robberies in which more than $ 160,000 was found in formula for babies and vitamins found in a truck by the police (pictured)

The findings came a week after three men were charged with a series of robberies in which more than $ 160,000 was found in formula for babies and vitamins found in a truck by the police (pictured)

The findings came a week after three men were charged with a series of robberies in which more than $ 160,000 was found in formula for babies and vitamins found in a truck by the police (pictured)

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