A WOMAN has been granted bail, accused of defrauding two machinery businesses of tens of thousands of dollars worth of goods.
Police raided a home on Black Jack Road at Gunnedah on Wednesday morning as part of fraud investigation.
Oxley officers went knocking at the home about 8.15am and seized documents and a mobile phone which will undergo forensic analysis by specialist police.
The raid came days after a 32-year-old woman was arrested by Oxley police at a home in Narrabri, on Yarrie Lake Road.
Police claim they seized $50,000 worth of equipment at the home including three excavator pieces.
The Gunnedah woman was taken to Narrabri police station and questioned by detectives before being charged with three counts of dishonestly obtain financial advantage by deception.
Detectives will allege in court the woman provided false documentation to the businesses to hire machinery between March and May this year.
She was granted bail by police and ordered to front court in Gunnedah next month.
Police were alerted in May about the woman's alleged fraudulent activities, which sparked the investigation.
Officers have confirmed investigations are continuing.