BOCSAR shows Dubbo at least two times above NSW average in each crime category

Zaarkacha Marlan
By Zaarkacha Marlan
Updated July 2 2022 - 6:41am, first published June 26 2022 - 7:00pm
Orana Mid-Western Police District commander, Superintendent Danny Sullivan. Picture: Belinda Soole

A new youth trend of posting crimes online for 'notoriety' could be the reason behind a spike in break-ins and motor vehicle thefts in Dubbo.

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Zaarkacha Marlan

Court and crime reporter at the Daily Liberal. Formerly the sole journalist for the Nyngan Observer, Narromine News and Trangie Advocate. Get in touch via z.marlan@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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