Update, 2.30pm: A HAMILTON drug user caught with burglary implements has been remanded in custody until Wednesday.
Police were patrolling the Hamilton central business district at 12.40am Monday when they saw a man walking down a laneway.
Tyrone Fallenberg, 21, of Duke Street, was arrested and appeared in Warrnambool court later in the day.
Officers found he was in breach of his overnight bail curfew conditions.
In his blue backpack police found boltcutters and a glove.
He was to start a community corrections order on Tuesday after pleading guilty in Hamilton court last week to assaulting a police officer.
Magistrate John Lesser remanded Mr Fallenberg in custody and told the accused his mother would have to attend Hamilton court to try and help him get out.
Mr Fallenberg has also been charged with the attempted burglary of a Hamilton jewellers last week.
10am: A HAMILTON drug user caught with burglary implements was arrested by police early Monday and will appear in court.
Police were patrolling the Hamilton central business district at 12.40am Monday when they saw a man walking down a laneway off Gray Street.
The man disappeared, was seen running down Brown Street and was intercepted.
Officers found the 21-year-old man was in breach of his overnight bail curfew conditions.
He was sweating profusely, lay on the footpath and inside his blue backpack police found boltcutters and gloves.
The man recently received a community corrections order in Hamilton Magistrates Court after again assaulting a police officer.
He is currently on bail charged with more offences and has now been charged with going equipped to steal and breaching his bail conditions.
The man will appear in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Monday for a bail/remand hearing.
Hamilton police also received a report that a cafe worker had his bike and gear valued at $1400 stolen on Saturday evening.
The worker left his bike outside the Roxburgh cafe off Thompson Street when he arrived at work at 5pm Saturday night.
When he checked later in the evening, his Nordic brand bike and gear were gone.
Anyone with information about the theft is requested to contact Hamilton police station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.