A 27-YEAR-OLD Colac man has been remanded in custody until next Monday after being charged in relation to three burglaries which netted goods valued at more than $16,000.
Detective Senior Constable Mick Palmer, of the Colac police crime investigation unit, said Colac detectives executed a search warrant at a Colac Chapel Street address on Thursday morning.
The man was arrested and then interviewed in relation to a number of burglaries.
He was charged and remanded in custody to appear in the Colac Magistrates Court next Monday.
The man has been charged with a break-in at a holiday house at Lorne last month during which a quad motorbike and tools valued at $10,000 were stolen.
He was also charged in relation to the theft of alcohol valued at $60 from the Western Eagles Football Club in August and a burglary at the Simpson shop involving the theft of cigarettes and other goods valued at $6000.