Griffith rural crime investigators are examining a dog attack which has left one sheep dead and others injured.
It's believed the dogs entered a farm paddock at Nericon between 7am and 10am on Saturday, October 24.
The paddock held around 400 ewes and 400 mixed lambs.
A neighbour heard loud dogs barking and saw distressed sheep in the paddock and contacted Griffith police.
A number of ewes appeared to have puncture wounds on their faces and one ewe was found dead in a channel.
Two dogs were later found in the paddock which may have been responsible, however police inquiries are continuing.
Meanwhile, a KTM RC390 motorcycle coloured in orange, black and white was stolen from a Heath Crescent address during the weekend.
The bike was parked behind a gate overnight as the owner was in the process of moving to a new address.
When the owner returned on Monday the bike had been taken.
Police released a description of a man who broke into the Billabong Bottleshop.
The security system activated at 11.30pm on October 22 as a man of thin build, around 190 centimetres tall, in dark clothes and with light coloured shoes entered the cool room to take five bottles of spirits valued between $250 and $300.
Police are examining CCTV footage.
NSW Rural Fire Service volunteers and police attended a car fire on the old tip road on Sunday, October 26 at 6.22pm.
A gold coloured Holden Commodore was destroyed by fire.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Griffith police on 6969 4299 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000