Mornington Crime Investigation Unit detectives have arrested three teenagers following multiple aggravated burglaries in Mornington between 8 and 9 June.
It’s alleged an offender entered a property on Nunns Road, Mornington and stole personal items about 2am on 8 June.
It is also alleged the offenders reattended the Nunns Road address where an elderly female occupant was confronted and assaulted by one of the offenders before stealing her Hyundai i30 just after 11.30pm on 8 June.
It’s alleged the same offenders then entered a property on Nelson Street, Mornington just after midnight on 9 June where a grey Toyota Hilux and a white 2008 Mazda BT50 utility were stolen.
The stolen Hyundai, Mazda and Toyota have all been recovered by police in the Mornington area undamaged.
A 15-year-old McCrae boy has been released pending further enquiries
A 15-year-old Mornington boy has been charged with aggravated burglary, theft of motor vehicle, theft, commit Indictable offence on bail and has been remanded to face a children’s court at a later date.
A 16-year-old McCrae boy will be charged on summons with theft of motor vehicle.