A teenage girl has been charged with multiple offences following the alleged theft and damage of two vehicles in Dubbo.
Between 8am and 11am on Sunday police allege the 15-year-old stole a vehicle from a Dubbo address in the company of a 14-year-old boy.
The teens allegedly then failed to pay for fuel at a petrol station and set the vehicle on fire in Fairview Crescent.
Afterwards, the 15-year-old allegedly stole a second vehicle from a Wheelers Lane address and picked up two other passengers, aged 16 and 17.
After a collision, police found the vehicle near Armstrong Crescent.
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All four occupants of the vehicle were located at a Lunar Avenue address.
The 15-year-old girl was charged with a string of offences including stealing a motor vehicle, damaging property, driving recklessly and driving without a licence.
Police said she was granted conditional bail at a Children's Court on Monday and will reappear on September 23.
A 17-year-old boy was charged with breaching bail and a separate offence police did not describe.
Police said he was also granted bail at a Children's Court on Monday and he will reappear on September 16.
Two passengers were not charged with any offence and cautioned by police.