A young person will face court over two separate break and enters and one count of stealing a golf buggie.
A 16-year-old person has been charged with two counts of aggravated break and enters and one count of stealing a motor vehicle.
Orana Mid-Western Police District crime coordinator Sergeant Adam Wood said the first offence occurred on February 26.
Sergeant Wood said police alleged the young person – in company with another person known to police – broke the glass door of a Macquarie Street business.
“Police allege property to the value of $230 was stolen,” Sergeant Wood said.
“Police allege on October 17 the person conducted a further aggravated break and enter offence at a Wingewarra Street business.”
He said police believe the young person, in company with others, stole a vehicle from a business in South Dubbo on Monday, October 29 at 9.20pm.
“That golf buggie was later located at a Alcheringa Street address,” Sergeant Wood said.
“It was recovered there for forensic examination.
“The young person was placed under arrest on November 1 at a place in Baird Drive and taken to Dubbo Police Station.”
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The youngster was refused bail and scheduled to appear before Dubbo Children’s Court on November 12.
“Anyone with any further information in regards to all three matters, please come forward,” Sergeant Wood said.
Contact Dubbo Police Station on 6883 1599 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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