A BATHURST man has been charged by police after allegations he stole real estate signs and intimidated another man.
The 48-year-old was charged on Sunday after being interviewed by detectives after complaints were received by police.
Chifley Police District duty officer, Inspector David Abercrombie, said eight charges in total had been laid by police.
He said some of the allegations were historical in nature.
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Inspector Abercrombie said police allege a number of offences occurred between March 18, 2019 and December 27, 2019.
He said police will allege in court that a number of real estate signs were stolen by the man, who they further allege engaged in behaviour which was intimidatory in nature.
Among the allegations was a confrontation between the accused and another man which is said to have occurred back in March 2019.
Inspector Abercrombie said the 48-year-old man attended Bathurst Police Station on Friday, January 10, where he was arrested and charged.
Among the charges laid by police were four counts of larceny, and four counts of stalking, intimidating and/or causing fear of physical harm.
The man received conditional bail from police and will appear before Bathurst Local Court on January 20.
Inspector Abercrombie said investigations into the alleged incidents occurred late in December.
He said police were contacted by the complainants on December 30 last year, which is when investigations into the allegations started.
He said detectives then contacted the accused, who came to Bathurst Police Station last Friday, where the charges were laid.