TENTERFIELD police have been kept busy with a spate of break and enters at local businesses.
On Monday night, thieves broke into a shop on Rouse Street and stole the cash register and a small amount of cash.
On the same night a van parked on the corner of Pelham and Petrie streets was broken into and a laptop was taken.
Police said the owner was keen to have the laptop returned and was offering a reward of $500 with no questions asked.
There has also been break-ins at the funeral home, a local nursery and another Rouse Street business.
Senior Constable Shaun Bird said investigations into the incidents were continuing with fingerprinting of the sites over the next few days.
Police believe the incidents were committed by the same person or group of people.
LAST Wednesday night, police arrested and charged a 20-year-old Tenterfield man for breaching the condition of his apprehended violence order (AVO).
The man was charged with contravening an AVO, domestic assault and aggravated break and enter.
Bail was refused and he is set to appear in Armidale Magistrates Court on June 20.
Officers also charged a 22-year-old Tenterfield man with offensive conduct following an incident on Anzac Day night. He will appear in Tenterfield Local Court.