Police seek information after thieves target Grenfell service station

Grenfell police are seeking witnesses to to come forward with information following a break-and-enter that occurred in Grenfell about 11.25pm on Sunday, January 5.

At this time, a service station in the Grenfell area was broken into and an amount of cash stolen.

Police have obtained CCTV from the premises and the scene has been forensically examined.

If any members of the community saw a suspicious male or female or suspicious vehicle around Camp Street, Grenfell, police are urging they please contact Grenfell Police Station on 6343 1222 or CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000.

  • Low range PCA

About 10.45pm on Monday, January 6 police stopped a green Toyota on McKenzie Street, Young for a random breath test.

The driver, a 48-year-old man of Young, returned a positive result and was arrested and taken to Young Police Station where he underwent a breath analysis test.

He allegedly returned a low range reading reading of 0.060.

He was issued an infringement notice for the offence of drive with low range PCA and his licence was suspended on the spot.

  • Drug cultivation

About 2pm on Thursday, January 9 police attended an address in Quandialla to follow up on information received.

Police spoke with a 36-year-old man of Quandialla and located a quantity of plants police will allege are cannabis plants.

The male was summonsed to appear before Young Local Court in April.

  • Suspended licence

About 10pm on Saturday, January 4 police stopped a white Toyota on Boorowa Street, Young.

The driver, a 46-year-old man of Young, was breath tested and returned a negative result.

Inquiries revealed his licence was allegedly suspended.

The man was issued court attendance notice for the offence of drive whilst suspended.

He will appear before Young Local Court on January 15.