Police are seeking information on a blitz of car break-ins in North Dubbo at the weekend.
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About 20 cars were broken into some time between Friday evening and Saturday morning.

The cars were located in the Lourdes Hospital carpark, the Dubbo Base Hospital carpark and in the surrounding area.

A number of young people were arrested following the incident, and police said they were investigating their link to the offences, but they were seeking any

information from anyone who might have knowledge of the break-ins.

In particular, police would like to know of anyone seen behaving suspiciously in the area and be given a description of them.

Police are also seeking information on a number of grass fires on the road between Dubbo and Wellington.

Between Friday night and Saturday morning police were called to the trail of spot fires, believed to be intentionally lit.

“They might not have eventuated into anything other than grass fires but they were still very serious because they had the potential to do so,” Inspector Greg Spinks said.

Anyone with information should call Dubbo police on 6881 3222.

Meanwhile, Mudgee police were called to a serious accident at Ilford on Friday afternoon.

A Subaru utility, carrying two Merrygoen brothers aged 13

and 17, and a Mitsubishi Magna sedan being driven by a 64-

year-old Ilford woman, collided head-on and all occupants were trapped.

All three were taken to hospital in serious but stable conditions – the two brothers were carried by CareFlight and the woman by ambulance.

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