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The Australian Crime Commission (ACC) is investigating a spate of car break-ins which have left families with their cars stolen in central Sydney since February, including one which happened on Tuesday night.
Four people have been charged in connection with the thefts involving a Holden Commodore, a Mazda, a Ford Fiesta and a VW Golf.
Some of the cars were found to contain damage, including damaged tires and damage to windows.
ACC Deputy Commissioner Andrew더킹카지노 Scipione said the incidents indicated that people were willing to take risks.
“The ACC is aware of three incidents which have occurred recently and are being investigated by the Australian Crime Commission,” he said.
“All three incidents involve the use of the vehicle to access property.”
Mr Scipione said the incidents could be related to people becoming aware of the vehicle burglary and using it for car theft.
“We have contacted local police to urge them to assist with their investigation as well as police advice,” he said.
Police are asking the public to advise what vehicle burglaries have caused damage to in the Sydney CBD from December 16 to 16 and to report them to police immediately.
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