$50,000 worth of baby formula, $10K of wine and a stash of vitamins: The huge haul of goods destined for Asia and hidden in this suburban street
- Allegedly stolen baby formula, vitamins and wine found in Melbourne home
- Police executed search warrants in Abbotsford and Hawthorn East on Tuesday
- One man was charged while man and woman were released pending summons
A massive stash of allegedly stolen baby formula and vitamins worth $50,000 has been uncovered at a suburban Melbourne home.
Two men and a woman were arrested after police executed search warrants on homes in inner-city Abbotsford and Hawthorn East on Tuesday morning.
Officers unearthed a large haul of baby formula and vitamins at a Victoria Street home Abbotsford.
A large quantity of cash and $10,000 worth of wine was also seized at the home.
Police uncovered a massive stash of baby formula,, vitamins, wine and cash during a search warrant of a inner-city Melbourne home (stock image)
A second home in Montrose Street, Hawthorn East eight kilometres away was also searched.
A South Melbourne man 37, was arrested and charged with seven counts of theft and committing an indictable offence while on bail.
He appeared in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Tuesday.
A man, 44, and a woman, 34, both from Hawthorn East were also arrested but have been released, pending summons.
Police investigations are ongoing.
The allegedly stolen stash worth at least $60,000 was unearthed at a home in Victoria Street (pictured) in Abbotsford
A second home in Montrose Street (pictured) in nearby Hawthorn East was also searched