OBERON Police have described as "disgraceful" a break and enter at a local charity store.
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Police say a man was captured on CCTV cameras forcing entry to the St Vincent De Paul store on Oberon Street at 10.40pm last Thursday, April 2.
He entered the store, but left a short time later and walked east on Tallys Lane.
Police say the man returned, re-entered the store and left some time later "carrying a large bag of stolen clothing consisting of a large number of female swimwear items and bras".
A forensic examination was carried out and an investigation started to locate the man.
An Oberon Police spokesperson said the offender's actions were "disgraceful and very selfish" in "targeting a charity run by very caring local people who do a lot of great work to assist the less fortunate, particularly in such a difficult time for a lot of local people".
Anyone with information is asked to contact Oberon Police on 6336 1000.
OBERON Police say a "substantial" amount of cash was handed into the police station after being found in Oberon on Tuesday, March 31.
"The details of the location where the money was found and the denomination of the notes is known to police," a spokesperson for Oberon Police said.
The spokesperson said anyone who has lost the money is "encouraged to contact Oberon Police on 6336 1000".
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