CENTRAL West Police District officers are investigating four crimes relating to breaking into motor vehicles which occurred in Orange in the last two weeks.
In the most recent offence a vehicle was broken into on McLachlan Street between 9.20pm on Wednesday and 6.40am on Thursday.
Entry was gained to the vehicle via an unlocked door and nothing appeared to have been taken. The vehicle was also damaged at the time.
Two cars were broken into in the preceding 24 hours. One of the acts occurred on Bella Vista Close between 10pm on Tuesday and 12pm on Wednesday when a registration plate was taken from a blue Nissan Patrol.
MAP: Where the registration plate was stolen …
Elsewhere, a white Holden Commodore was broken into on Calton Road between 5.45pm and 5.55pm on Tuesday. Entry was gained via an unlocked door and a handbag containing a wallet, cash and cards were taken.
In the last of the motor vehicle-related crimes, a Blue Mitsubishi Pajero was broken into on Phillip Street between 6pm and 10pm on Saturday, December 29. Entry was gained via a forced window and cash was taken.
In other Orange incidents being investigated by CWPD officers a 14-year-old boy was charged with destroying or damaging property and resisting police in the execution of their duty. Police claim the boy damaged property inside a home on Dalton Street.
Finally, a 24-year-old woman was charged with dealing with property for the proceeds of crime, and dishonestly obtaining financial advantage and property by deception, with police alleging she attempted to cash a stolen cheque.
She was issued with a notice to attend Orange Local Court on February 4.
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