I've heard of Honour amongst thieves. What about dignity? Talk about lowering the bar. Man charged with stealing hundreds of rolls of toilet paper from Sydney supermarkets Megan Levy A man has been charged after he allegedly stole hundreds of rolls of toilet paper from supermarkets in Sydney. Police will allege in court that the 30-year-old man stole about 400 rolls of toilet paper from the restricted storage areas of supermarkets in Auburn and Granville last weekend. The man, who was in the company of another man, also allegedly attended supermarkets in Bass Hill and Lidcombe on Sunday with the intent to steal, police say. The supermarkets reported the thefts and attempted thefts to police, and officers from the Wetherill Park Region Enforcement Squad launched an investigation. Police also appealed to the public for help to find the culprits. Just before 2pm on Friday, police arrested the 30-year-old Auburn man during a vehicle stop on Vaughan Street in Lidcombe. He was taken to Auburn Police Station and charged with two counts of larceny; robbery in company; break and enter a dwelling with intent; and enter inclosed land without lawful excuse. He was refused police bail and is due to appear in Parramatta Local Court on Saturday. Police said the investigation into the thefts was ongoing, and further arrests were expected. Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott praised the actions of police. "At this time of crisis, it only takes one fool to cause a high level of unnecessary community anxiety. I congratulate the police on this arrest," he said.