An man who went missing near Walgett in May is one of four men charged with flaunting coronavirus travel restrictions, trespassing and illegal hunting offences in the state's north.
On May 16, officers from Central North Police District responded to reports of a man missing on a property at Walgett, with police and volunteers conducting a search.
The 19-year-old was found the next day.
Four men from the Orange area have been charged with breaching public health orders which were in place at the time.
Police alleged the men were in possession of a compound hunting bow and arrows and did not have permission to enter and hunt on the land by the property owner.
The four men were issued infringement notices for non-essential travel from the central west to Walgett.
The four men - aged 19, 20, 22 and 25 - will appear in Walgett Local Court on September 22.
All four will be charged with unlawful entry on agricultural land, while the 19-year-old and 20-year-old will be charged with hunting without consent.
The 19-year-old will also face charged around hunting without a licence and attempting to harm protected animals.
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