A man and woman were arrested after they allegedly stole a charity tin full of funds for victims of the recent bushfires from a fast food restaurant in Melbourne. Police say the 41-year-old woman and 37-year-old man, both from Drouin, entered the Frankston fast food store on Nepean Highway about 9.30pm on Monday. The man then allegedly grabbed the tin and placed it the woman’s handbag. The duo was arrested in Dandenong on Friday night and are expected to be charged with theft.
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