A fast-food delivery driver was threatened by a group of males in an alleged attempted armed robbery on Tuesday night.
The driver was at Sir Neville Howse Place at 10.15pm when he was approached by four males and threatened with a metal bar.
Members of the group demanded money from the employee.
The group did not get the money.
Officers from the Central West Police District are investigating the incident and anyone with information can contact Orange Police Station on 6363 6399 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
MAP: Sir Neville Howse Place where the alleged attempted robbery occurred ...
In other matters police are continuing to investigate the cause of a fire which destroyed a caravan in McLachlan Street early on Monday morning.
Anyone who saw anyone acting suspiciously near the McLachlan Street and Bletchington Street intersection before 4.29am is urged to contact Orange police or Crime Stoppers.
Police were also involved in a short pursuit on the Mitchell Highway at Guyong on Friday, December 28.
Central West Police District Chief Inspector Peter Atkins said the pursuit started after police from highway patrol attempted to pull over a vehicle travelling along the highway, which failed to stop.
Chief Inspector Atkins said when the vehicle did stop it was discovered to contain international tourists.
He said the tourists claimed they were not aware of the road rules that they had to stop for the police and it turned out to be a minor matter.
Chief Inspector Atkins said police have also made a few recent arrests for domestic violence.
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