CENTRAL West District Police officers have been investigating a string of break-and-enter offences in Orange in recent days.
A 30-year-old man and a 26-year-old man were on Monday charged with stealing and entering a vehicle parked in a car park without the consent of the owner.
The pair were issued with notices to attend court and will appear before Orange Local Court on November 26.
In an unrelated incident cash was stolen from a premises on Bathurst Road between 7am on Sunday and 6am on Monday. The cash was taken from a drawer in an unlocked room.
There have also been two incidents where buildings were broken into but nothing was stolen.
A break and enter occurred at a sporting facility on Moad Street between 4pm on Saturday, September 22 and 2.30pm on Tuesday. Entry was gained via a smashed front door and nothing appears to have been taken.
A break and enter occurred in Sir Neville Howse Place between 5.30pm and midnight on Sunday. Entry was gained via a smashed rear window and nothing appears to have been taken.
Elsewhere, a window was smashed at a Torpy Street premises at 9.30pm on Monday.
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