A LATE-NIGHT Macca's run has proved costly for a driver who has been charged with drink-driving.
Bathurst police said the 32-year-old man was stopped for a random breath test about 1.50am on Sunday, shortly after he was seen going through the drive-through at Bathurst McDonald's.
Officers say the driver returned a positive result and was arrested and taken to Bathurst police station.
There he was charged with high-range PCA and had his licence suspended.
The man will appear in Bathurst Local court at a later date.
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Secure your building sites
POLICE have issued a reminder to homeowners to ensure building sites are secured during renovations.
It comes after unknown offenders broken into a vacant property on Esrom Street and stole a number of hand tools and electric tools.
The property is in the process of being renovated.
Police say the theft occurred some time after 11am on Thursday.
Theft from motor vehicle
A VEHICLE parked in Seymour Street has become the target for thieves.
Police say that some time between 10am and 9pm on Friday, unknown offenders lifted the vehicle's bonnet, broke the battery bracket and removed the battery from the vehicle.
They are seeking help from the public and urge anyone who saw anything suspicious to report it to Bathurst police on 6332 8699 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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