Women charged after allegedly trespassing on Bargo poultry farm

Two women have been charged after they were found allegedly trespassing on a Bargo farm last night.

Police were called to the poultry farm after security guards detained the women shortly before midnight on January 8.

Officers arrived and arrested the women, aged 22 and 20.

They were taken to Narellan Police Station where the older woman was charged with entering enclosed agricultural lands to interfere with business, possessing means of disguising one's face with intent to commit an indictable offence and possessing surveillance devices intended for unlawful use.

The Kurrajong resident will face Campbelltown court today.

The younger woman was charged with entering enclosed agricultural lands to interfere with business and possessing means of disguising one's face with intent to commit an indictable offence.

The Merrylands resident will face Picton court on January 28.

Police seized a black backpack containing a digital SLR camera, batteries, a monitor, a high-powered photography light and several SD cards for forensic examination.