Eight cars have been forcibly broken into across the city in a Tuesday night crime spree which left residents with broken car windows and wallets and cash stolen.
Palermo Street, Agland Crescent and Hallaran Way all recorded car break-ins, while two cars on Messina Street were broken into on Tuesday night, as was Diamond Drive and Pearl Court.
A silver Astra was hit on Palmero street, with a window smashed on Tuesday night and a wallet taken, while theives forced entry to a black Mazda 3 through a locked door, stealing cash.
MAP: Where the car break-ins occurred:
A gold Ford Territory was broken into on Hallaran Way, but nothing appeared to be taken.
Meanwhile, a white Ford Ranger and black Holden Cruz were broken into on Messina Street. The Ford had a window smashed with a wallet taken, while the Cruz was unlocked and nothing was stolen.
A blue Nissan on Diamond Drive was broken into through an unlocked door and had a wallet taken, while a white Kia Carnival had a window smashed with government vouchers were stolen.
A white Toyota Hilux was broken into on Coombes Place Orange between 12.20am and 9.30am Wednesday.
Entry was gained and a pair of glasses were taken.
In an unrelated incident, a break and enter occurred on Coombes Place between 9.30pm on Tuesday and and 7am on Wednesday.
Entry was gained to a shed at the location via a roller door and a set of bolt cutters were taken.
A fridge, freezer and furniture were taken from a Canobolas Road property in the two weeks leading up to Wednesday.
Entry was gained via a rear window and a number of items were taken, including the white goods.
Police are urging anyone with information related to any of those crimes or who saw anyone in North Orange on Tuesday night to come forward.
Contact Orange police on 6363 6399 or Crime Stopper on 1800 333 000.
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