Two men have been charged by Murrumbidgee Police District officers following a ram raid at a Banna Avenue service station.
About 11.45pm on August 28, a Toyota Landcruiser, stolen from a home in Yenda, was allegedly used in a fail to pay offence at a service station in Griffith.
The vehicle was then allegedly involved in a pursuit with officers from the Highway Patrol.
The pursuit was terminated a short time later for safety reasons.
The same vehicle is alleged to have been involved in a fail to stop collision with a car on Rosewood Drive, Griffith about 1am on August 29.
About 1.45am on August 29, another vehicle - a Toyota Rav 4 - was allegedly used to force entry to a service station on Banna Avenue, where an empty cash tin was stolen.
The Rav 4, which had been reported stolen from a home in Griffith, was later found abandoned in an empty channel near New Farms Road, Nericon.
Following extensive inquiries, detectives attended a home in Middleton Avenue, Griffith, and arrested a 20-year-old man about 5.30pm on August 31.
He was taken to Griffith police station, where he was charged with being carried in a conveyance taken without consent of owner, goods in personal custody suspected being stolen, dishonestly obtainingproperty by deception, take and drive conveyance without consent of owner, aggravated break and enter dwelling in company, and never licensed person drive vehicle on road.
He was refused bail and appeared at Griffith Local Court on September 2, where he was refused bail to appear before the same court on September 17.
Further inquiries led detectives to arrest a 25-year-old Narrandera man at a hotel in Wakaden Street in Griffith at 1.15pm on Thursday, September 3.
He was taken to Griffith police station, where he was charged with use offensive instrument to avoid apprehension, police pursuit - not stop - drive dangerously, breach of AVO, breach of bail, malicious damage, two counts of predatory driving, drive motor vehicle while disqualified, take and drive conveyance, stealing and unlawful entry of motor vehicle.
The Narrandera man was refused bail to appear at Griffith Local Court on Friday, September 4, where he was refused bail again to face court on September 16.
Police investigations are continuing.