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A juvenile will appear in court after he was charged with an alleged breaking and entering at a house in Coraki.

Between 10am and 11.45am on Monday 4 September, 2017, it was discovered that louvers had been removed from a window at a house in Richmond Terrace.

It did not appear that anything was stolen and the incident was reported to police.

Specialist forensic police attended and examined the scene.

Following further inquiries about 10.15pm on Friday 8 September 2017, police arrested a 16-year-old youth at a house in Coraki.

He was taken to Lismore Police Station and charged with break and enter with intent to steal. He was refused bail and appeared at a children’s court yesterday and will reappear today.


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