AN Albury police inspector has praised the work of officers that led to charges being laid over a spate of break-ins in the city.
Insp Kim Sorensen said the series of break and enters had been reported in recent months, with victims including the Glenroy Store.
He said police had “acted on their instinct” and went “hard at the investigation”.
As a result of their inquiries, police located and interviewed two teenagers on Monday night.
A 13-year-old boy has been charged with eight break and enter related offences and one charge of stealing.
Police also charged a 14-year-old boy with four break and enter related offences and one charge of stealing.
The Albury teenagers will face Albury Children’s Court in November.
Insp Sorensen suggested other charges may follow.