Bathurst police hunting woman over a robbery that really sucks

BATHURST police are investigating the theft of a vacuum cleaner from the Big W store in the Stockland shopping centre.

A woman believed to be aged in her late 20s with long hair and wearing a long coat and black trousers was seen pushing a trolley with a vacuum cleaner in it out of the store about 2.30pm on Wednesday.

Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Bathurst police on 6332 8699. 

Windows smashed at Carah’s

BATHURST police are reviewing CCTV footage in a bid to catch a person responsible for maliciously damaging a shop.

They want to interview a man in relation to smashed windows at Carah’s Bakery. The damage occurred between 9pm on Saturday, May 6 and 6am the following morning.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Bathurst police on 6332 8699.

Arrested over bail breach

A 48-YEAR-OLD Bathurst man has been remanded in custody by the Bathurst Local Court for breaching his bail conditions.

Police were called to a medical centre in George Street about 8.30am on Thursday following an incident.

The man was arrested and charged with offences including intimidation, trespass, assaulting police and breaching his bail conditions.

He will return to Bathurst Local Court at a later date.

Rail carriages destroyed

CHIFLEY police are investigating a fire that damaged two railway carriages belonging to the Lachlan Valley Rail Museum.

Emergency services were called to the Cowra museum about 9.30am on Wednesday.

The fire was quickly extinguished, however, two carriages were destroyed.

Police are appealing to any member of the public to come forward if they have information in relation to the fire.

Thief steals a chainsaw

A STIHL chainsaw has been stolen from the front veranda of a home in Rockley.

Police say the theft on the Rockley Road occurred some time between 11pm on Tuesday and 7am the next morning.

The owner would like to see the stolen property returned

Anyone with information is asked to contact police.