Teens arrested over Moorabbin ATM attack charged relating to alleged crime spree across the south-east
Four teenagers have been charged and a further 10 people are still being interviewed after after an alleged crime spree in south-east Melbourne, including Tuesday’s shocking alleged attack on a man in Moorabbin.
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The warrants relate to a series of incidents between July 26 and August 7, including:
• An alleged aggravated carjacking in Narre Warren South
• An alleged armed robbery at a milk bar in Hallam
• An alleged attempted aggravated burglary at a milk bar in Hampton
• An alleged armed robbery at a service station in Lynbrook
• An alleged armed robbery and carjacking in Moorabbin
Police recovered two stolen cars, a black Holden Captiva and Landrover Discovery, as well as seizing a number of items including imitation firearms and a military assault rifle.
Police arrested four teens on Thursday morning who have been charged with armed robbery, aggravated carjacking, intentionally cause injury, theft of motor vehicle, possess prohibited weapon, handle stolen goods and unlicensed driving.
A 17-year-old Cranbourne boy and 14-year-old Pakenham boy have remanded to appear at a children’s court at a later date.
A 19-year-old Officer man has been bailed to appear at Dandenong Magistrates’ Court at a later date.
A 17-year-old Dandenong North boy has been released.
A further 10 people are currently being interviewed by police.