A man who was reported missing from Eugowra and alerted to the media on Monday afternoon has been located safe and well.
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Sixty-four-year-old Neville David Huckle was last seen driving on The Great Western Highway, Meadow Flat, on August 17.
A few hours after it was reported to the media, he was found.
Following inquiries, David was located at home by police on Monday afternoon.
Police would like to thank the media and community for their assistance.
An iPad mini went missing from Parkes McDonald's, with CCTV footage helping to identify the offender.
A man approached the front counter of the restaurant at 6am on Friday, August 21.
While waiting, he reached over the barrier and picked up a black iPad mini, and left with it.
Police were alerted, where they made inquiries and viewed CCTV footage.
They identified a 43-year-old man as the offender, where they arrested him and retrieved the iPad.
He was charged with stealing and will appear in Parkes Local Court in September.
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A man outside a licensed premises in Clarinda Street refused to follow directions from police, who tried to move-on the 34-year-old in the early hours.
Officers issued the man from Wingham, NSW the move-on direction at 12.25am on Sunday, August 23.
When he failed to follow the order, he was arrested and taken to Parkes Police Station, with legal action taken against him.
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An unknown person has attempted to break into a home in Lorking Street.
A fly screen was removed from a window and the individual used a rock to smash the glass, this occurring between 2pm and 9pm on Saturday, August 22.
On closer inspection, police found there had been no entry into the house and nothing had been stolen.
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A man was reported to be abusive and aggressive to people at Neighbourhood Central on Thursday, August 20.
Police attended the premises and gave a 58-year-old man a move-on direction.
He complied with the order and police didn't need to take any further action.
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