A Trevallyn man accused of at least 10 business burglaries in Launceston has appeared in the Magistrates Court.
Joseph William Freeman appeared via video link before Magistrate Ken Stanton on Friday morning.
Mr Freeman has been charged with 14 counts of burglary, 16 counts of stealing, six counts of attempted burglary and seven counts of computer related fraud.
The 26-year-old is also facing minor drug charges including possessing a controlled plant or its products, possessing a controlled drug, possess thing used for administration of a controlled drug and cultivate a prohibited plant.
Defence lawyer James Oxley said he had not been able to meet with his client because of cancelled prison appointments and requested an adjournment.
The accused did not enter a plea. Magistrate Stanton remanded Mr Freeman to reappear on March 22.