Trio arrested after cash and puppies were stolen from Londonderry house

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Three people have been charged after an alleged aggravated break and enter at a house in Londonderry.

About 10.30pm on Friday, January 19, police will allege two men and a woman forced their way into a property in Londonderry.

They allegedly stole several items from the home, including cash and two French Bulldog puppies.

“Two occupants in the home, a man and woman, were allegedly assaulted but did not require medical treatment,” a Police spokesperson said.

“Officers from Nepean Police Area Command established a crime and commenced an investigation.

“Following inquiries, police from Mt Druitt Local Area Command stopped a vehicle on Discovery Avenue at Wilmot.

“Two men, aged 20 and 22, and a woman, 22, were arrested and taken to St Marys Police Station.”

The trio were charged with ‘special aggravated break and enter’ and ‘commit serious indictable offence’.

They were all refused bail and appeared before Parramatta Bail Court on Saturday, where they were again refused bail to appear before Penrith Local Court on Friday, March 9.

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