More cars have been targeted across Orange this week, with two vandalised and another having its plate stolen in the last two days.
A white Ford utility was broken into on Leura Road between 10pm on Wednesday and 6am Thursday, and although nothing appears to have been taken damage was caused to the vehicle.
On Wednesday afternoon, police were called to vehicle that was vandalised by spray paint on Anson Street, the attack believed to have occurred between 11.50am and 5pm.
Meanwhile, a black Kia Carnival had its registration plates stolen while parked in a car park on Bathurst Road between 8am and 6pm on Wednesday.
Elsewhere, a break and enter occurred on Orchard Grove Road between 5.30pm on Tuesday and 9.30am on Wednesday.
Police allege entry was gained via a smashed window and nothing was taken.
A 23-year-old man was charged with breaching an apprehended violence order on Wednesday and was issued with a Court Attendance Notice to appear before Orange Local Court on July 15.
On Wednesday a 30-year-old male was arrested in relation to an outstanding warrant relating to a domestic violence assault matter.
A 47-year-old man was charged with destroying property, common assault and stalking with the intent to fear on Wednesday.
Police will allege the man damaged property and assaulted a 43-year-old woman in a domestic violence related incident.
The man was issued with a Court Attendance Notice and will appear before Orange Local Court on March 23.
If you are able to assist police with information relating to any of these matters, please contact Orange Police 636366399 or give information anonymously via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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