Orana Mid-Western Police have arrested two males over an alleged aggravated break and enter in Narromine.
About 4.15pm on Monday, April 22, officers from Narromine Police Station responded to a call that two males had broken into a house in Booth Street, Narromine.
Upon arrival police sighted the males walking away from the house.
Police allege while searching the pair they located house breaking implements, a prohibited weapon and property, which was later confirmed to belong to the owner of the house.
Both males were arrested and taken to Dubbo Police Station where they were each charged with a number of offences.
A 37-year-old Narromine man was charged with aggravated break and enter and steal, possessing housebreaking implements, possess a prohibited weapon and breach of bail.
A 33-year-old Narromine was charged with aggravated break and enter and steal, possessing housebreaking implements and breach of bail.
The 33-year-old was also wanted over an incident in Trangie on Saturday, April 20, where it is alleged that he stole a purse from a car at the Trangie Golf Club and used the stolen credit cards to purchase liquor from the Trangie Bowling Club. He has also been charged with larceny and fraudulently obtaining benefit.
Both men have been refused bail, to appear at Dubbo Local Court.
Police have praised the community for their assistance.
"Officers were greatly assisted by members of the public, who promptly called police and gave us the best opportunity to make these arrests. I thank them all for their assistance," Sergeant Michael Smith said.