Two Charged Over High-Performance Car Theft Syndicate

Cars are worth more than $680k

Two Charged Over High-Performance Car Theft Syndicate

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Two men have been charged over their roles in the thefts of high-performance cars across Sydney which were then on-sold and used in a number of other serious offences including murder.


Detectives from Strike Force Wolf have been investigating the car theft and supply syndicate since January which has seen at least 11 high-performance cars, five trail bikes and other property stolen during a serious of aggravated break-ins in Sydney and on the Central Coast.

The vehicles alone are worth more than $680,000 with six cars recovered so far and forensically examined.

The men - aged 20 and 21 - were arrested during raids involving heavily armed police on two homes in Greystanes and Plumpton yesterday morning.

During the search warrants, car keys, a laptop, electronic storage devices, mobile phones, documentation, jewellery and clothing.

The pair is facing dozens of charges and are now before the courts.

Detectives anticipate further arrests will be made.