Two men have been arrested following a break-in and theft at Ceduna last week.
Just before 10.30am on Thursday, July 5, Ceduna police attended McKenzie Street following reports from a resident that a caravan had been entered, with cash, food and clothing stolen during the night.
CCTV was obtained identifying the two suspects with the theft occurring just before 1am.
A search of Ceduna located both men, one wearing a jumper that was allegedly stolen from the caravan.
Both men were arrested and also interviewed following further details of the same men being on premises on Park Terrace prior to the break-in and theft of a pie from a nearby service station.
A 32-year-old man and a 22-year-old man, both from Yalata, were arrested and charged with serious criminal trespass, theft, unlawfully on premises and further count of theft.
They were refused police bail and appeared in the Ceduna Magistrates Court on Friday.