A 32-year-old man accused of embarking on a Cobar crime spree is alleged to have committed a string of domestic violence and property offences.
Police arrested the man on Mulga Place at Cobar at about 11am last Friday, in relation to offences which included breaching an apprehended domestic violence order, malicious damage and intimidation.
Further inquiries revealed the man had allegedly been involved in the theft of a Land Cruiser from a Cobar business, as well as additional property offences in the township and surrounds.
According to police, several stolen items were seized from the Mulga Place residence.
The items included a fire place, furniture, four tyres, a barbecue, tools, jewellery and a mountain bike.
The man was charged with seven counts of larceny, aggravated break and enter, common assault and a range of other similar offences.
He was bail refused at Bourke Police Station.
On Tuesday the man appeared before Dubbo Local Court.