A 14-year-old Inverell boy has been charged, accused of property offences across Inverell.
The boy was arrested on Tuesday and is facing two counts of of break, enter and steal, and one count of goods in custody suspected of being stolen after investigations into incidents in the town last year.
Inverell police said the charges relate to break and enters into two homes where jewellery and other items were stolen.
An Andrew Street property was broken into in April while a Brae Street home was also hit by thieves in May 2018.
The 14-year-old is charged with an offence of goods in custody suspected of being stolen after property including a mobile phone and a number of compound bows were recovered by police from are property on December 19, 2018.