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Five men have been charged in relation to a number of home invasions and armed robberies across Sydney.
Police say two of the men allegedly broke into a man's home at Haberfield, in Sydney's inner-west, at 5.30am yesterday.
The duo allegedly struck the man with a wooden bat before stealing the keys to his car.
They then fled the scene with a group of males outside the house.
Officers later located the stolen car at a fast food restaurant car park about 5km away at Hurlstone Park.
They arrested five men aged between 16 and 19 and later charged them with a number of other offences, including armed robbery and aggravated break, enter and steal.
It is alleged the five were involved in several other home invasion and armed robbery incidents within the Sydney metropolitan area.
All five were refused bail, with four to appear at Bidura Children's Court on Friday, and the other to appear at Central Local Court on Friday.