A FURTHER two teenagers have been charged following investigations into the theft of four puppies from an Edmonton home on 11 November.
It will be alleged a group of youths forced entry to the home and stole four two-week old Golden Retriever puppies along with jewellery and a vehicle.
Extensive police investigations led to the recovery of all four stolen puppies who were each located at different homes on the south-side of Cairns. The vehicle and jewellery were also recovered.
A total of seven teenagers aged between 14 and 18-years have now been charged including two 17-year-old Bentley Park boys, a 14-year-old Manunda boy, a 16-year-old Manunda boy, and a 16-year-old Woree boy who were previously charged over the incident.
A 15-year-old Bentley Park boy was charged with entering a dwelling and receiving tainted property. He was further charged with possessing of a dangerous drug, possession of a drug utensil, entering a dwelling and attempting to enter a dwelling.
He was refused police bail and is scheduled to appear in the Cairns Childrens Court.
An 18-year-old Bentley Park man was charged with entering a dwelling and receiving tainted property. He is scheduled to appear in the Cairns Magistrates Court on 4 December.