Cars, pants, a purse, a garbage bin and batteries have been in the sights of brazen thieves and vandals who have targeted homes and businesses across Dubbo in recent weeks.
Dubbo police said they were searching for two women wanted in relation to stealing from Strandbags in Dubbo Square at lunch time on Sunday.
They said a purse was also stolen from a woman in the shopping centre's bathroom on Saturday during the lunch period.
About 8.30am on Friday morning, as shops opened and people made their way to work, a red Dubbo Regional Council bin was stolen from near the Establishment Bar and walked down Macquarie Street
A woman took it upon herself to successfully prevent a crime from happening on Thursday night when she spotted people trying to break into a white Mazda outside her home on Wingewarra Street about 9.45pm.
Police said a witness was assisting them regarding the theft of an iPhone 6s about 11.40pm on the same night, from Wahroonga Park on Macquarie Street.
A camping fridge was taken from the back of a white Ford Ranger on Fitzroy Street between 9.30pm on April 10 and 6am on April 11.
Two wallets were stolen from pants in the male change rooms at the Dubbo RSL gym between 12.55 and 1.40pm on April 10.
Fly screens were removed and a window was smashed in an attempted break and enter into the rear of an O'Donnell Street property between 10am and 2pm on April 10.
Eleven car batteries were stolen from a storage yard on McGuinn Circuit between 5pm on April 9 and 3pm on April 10.
While nothing was stolen, a fly screen was damaged at the Holy Spirit Nursing Home in a suspected attempted break and enter between April 7-8.
A Dubbo police vehicle was damaged between April 5 and April 8, with a person or persons suspected of jumping on the bonnet and leaving a large dent.
The Dubbo TAFE campus was broken into between April 5 and April 8 but nothing was taken.
A DVD player, screen and built-in GPS navigation system were stolen out of a white Holden Berlina on Lovett Avenue between 10pm on April 6 and 6am on April 7.
Windows and a front door lock were damaged at the Bike Shoppe on Darling Street, between 11.30am on April 6 and 3am on April 7. Police said it appeared no one had gained access to the property.
Between April 5 and April 8 a mobile booster aerial was stolen from a ute at the Dubbo airport. Police are waiting on CCTV footage to continue their investigation.
Anyone with information about these crimes is urged to contact Dubbo police on 6889 1599.