UP to $45,000 in stolen property was recovered at a Lavington home yesterday after it had allegedly been taken from Walla businesses and a school last month.
A Lavington man, 47, was arrested at the same Jackling Drive home where police seized a $35,000 horse float, tractor tyres, car rims and tools.
The man was last night charged with theft, break and enter, receive stolen goods and other charges and is set to face the Albury Local Court today.
Albury Insp David Cottee said the float had been taken from St Paul’s College on February 27 and it was in the process of being changed.
Insp Cottee said the tyres, rims and tools had been taken from three businesses.