Witnesses are sought after a vehicle damaged a residential fence on Warrambalulah Street, Yass.
The incident occurred mid-afternoon on Monday, February 12.
Inspector Alison Brennan said it appeared the driver of the vehicle crashed through the fence and into a paddock before driving off.
“One of the registration number plates was left behind,” Inspector Brennan said.
“It seems the damage caused it to come off before the driver left.
“The incident was around 3.15pm and in the vicinity of the low-level crossing.”
The vehicle was last seen travelling along Pritchett Street before the incident.
Yass Police urge any witnesses to contact them on 6226 9399.
Inspector Brennan to lead Yass Police
Inspector Alison Brennan has been appointed to oversee operations at Yass Police Station as part of the latest NSW Police restructure.
The Hume Local Area Command (LAC) became the Hume Police District as of Sunday, February 11.
Inspector Brennan, who had been duty officer at the station for the past 12 months, said she was happy to be appointed.
“With this new role, we’ll be taking more ownership of the Yass region.
“I look forward to more of a leadership role and working with the community,” Inspector Brennan said.
The Hume Police District encompasses areas of Young as part of the restructure announced by NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller.