A man has been charged, and goods including a diamond ring recovered, after police followed up an outstanding arrest warrant on Tuesday, at a property 8km south of Kempsey.
Officers from the Mid North Coast Police District went to the property at Burnt Bridge, and arrested a 29-year-old man, shortly before 9am.
During a search, police located high-end electronic equipment as well as a $15,000 motorbike, which had been reported stolen from a property in the Sydney suburbs last year.
They also recovered a diamond ring valued at more $6000 which had been reported stolen from a Neutral Bay home during a break, enter and steal at the weekend.
The man was taken to Kempsey Police Station where he was charged with break and enter at a veterinary business in Billinudgel near Byron Bay on 18 April 2018. He was also charged with having goods in custody suspected of being stolen, and two counts of receiving stolen goods.
The man, from Lismore Heights, appeared in Kempsey Local Court where he was granted conditional bail to re-appear in the same court on Monday 18 June 2018.
Inquiries are continuing.