A WANTED man has been remanded in custody charged with committing two Warrnambool burglaries.
Tyson Debono, 27, unsuccessfully applied for bail in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court charged with burglaries, thefts, going equipped to steal and failing to answer bail.
Magistrate Cynthia Toose said Mr Debono was already on bail when it was alleged he committed the burglaries on commercial premises.
She refused bail saying the police had security camera footage as well as evidence from a co-accused and Mr Debono was an unacceptable risk of continuing to offend, failing to answer bail and interfering with a witness.
Mr Debono was remanded in custody until Friday and custody management issues noted by the magistrate included him withdrawing from using ice.
The accused man was previously charged with stealing a mobile telephone at the Whalers Hotel on January 21 and bailed to appear in the Warrnambool court on May 29.
He failed to attend.
Mr Debono was also intercepted by police on May 3 riding a bike and found to be in possession of ice.
He told police he last used the drug about eight hours before being pulled over.
Detective Senior Constable Sally Fraser, of the Warrnambool police crime investigation unit, said Mr Debono had a significant criminal history and had now been charged with committing burglaries at Will Ferris Automotive on April 7 and South West Tools last week.
She said a $400 helmet and expensive electrical tools had been stolen during the break-ins.
A co-offender has provided police with details which led to Mr Debono being charged and his mobile telephone is in the process of being analysed.
The version of events provided by the co-offender has been supported by security camera footage.