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A 26-year-old man will face court after allegedly breaking into a number of rooms at an Alice Springs hotel.

Detective Acting Superintendent Peter Malley said it is alleged a number of rooms were unlawfully entered between September 28 and September 29.

“Police were called to the scene when staff members located a majority of the stolen items in one guest’s room,” Detective A/Superintendent Malley said.

“Police seized a number of the recovered tools and televisions and arrested the 26-year-old man at the location.”

The man has been charged with seven counts of unlawful entry, seven counts of stealing, possessing methamphetamine, possessing a trafficable amount of a schedule 2 drug and administering a dangerous drug to self.

He was arrested yesterday, remanded in custody overnight and will face court today.



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