A LAVINGTON youth has been granted bail after allegedly breaking into four business premises last weekend.
The youth, 17, appeared in Albury Children’s Court on three counts of aggravated break and enter in company and aggravated break and enter committing a serious indictable offence.
The offences happened at a steel manufacturing business, an engineering business, cabinet makers and kitchen manufacturer in North Albury.
Police prosecutor Sgt Shannon Lewis opposed bail saying the youth was given a community service order in August for a break and enter matter.
He received another community service order last month for theft charges.
Sgt Lewis said the youth has a history of committing serious offences.
The court heard he has a three-month child and spends time with him every alternate day.
He was released on bail until January 7.