Police uncovered a host of stolen motorcycles and property after a search of a Dirty Creek Rd property this week.
Police uncovered a host of stolen motorcycles and property after a search of a Dirty Creek Rd property this week. Frank Redward

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FRIDAY: A STASH of stolen motorcycles, mountain bikes and parts uncovered by police this week are being processed as evidence after two teens faced court this week. 

The motorcycles were found to have been stolen, while officers have also seized a number of high value mountain bikes and parts that appeared to have been stripped down from bikes suspected to have been stolen.

One of the teenagers charged over the raid on a Dirty Creek property has appeared in the Coffs Harbour Children's Court.

The other meanwhile is due to appear at a children's court on Thursday, August 15.

THURSDAY 8PM: TWO teenagers have been charged after search warrants north of Coffs Harbour, in which stolen motorbikes, mountain bikes, and mountain bike parts were seized.

As a result of investigations, about 9.50am yesterday, police executed a search warrant at a property on Dirty Creek Road, Dirty Creek.

In the home police allegedly recovered two confirmed stolen motorcycles, and several others suspected of being stolen.

Also seized were several high value mountain bikes, as well as mobile phones, a small amount of cannabis, and a sling shot.

Two 17-year-olds were arrested and charged with goods in custody offences.

They were both refused bail.



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