New South Wales Rural Fire Service observers during back burnning operations near Picton, Australia Dec. 22, 2019. (Reuters/Jill Gralow)
A woman is due to face court accused of stealing items donated to the NSW Rural Fire Service on Christmas Day in Sydney’s northwest.
Police will allege the 37-year-old broke into a Schofields supermarket about 3.40 p.m. on Wednesday and stole food, SIM cards and a trolley of food and drinks donated to the RFS.
The woman and a man allegedly kept driving when officers tried to stop them as they left the scene.
The car hit a fence shortly after and the couple was arrested.
The woman is due to face the Parramatta Bail Court later on Thursday charged with break, enter and steal, and negligent driving.
A 48-year-old man is due to front the Blacktown Local Court on February 3 charged with possessing a restricted substance.
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