A woman was confronted by burglars in her own home and a Lake Albert bottle shop is counting the cost after a crime spree on Wednesday morning.
Wagga police have made arrests following a robbery, car theft, ram raid and vehicle pursuit on Wednesday morning.
Inspector John Aichinger said the incidents related to two separate groups of offenders, with investigations ongoing into a stolen four-wheel-drive being used to "ram raid" a Lake Albert bottle shop.
"Somewhere between 5.30am and 6am (Wednesday) morning we had a house broken into at Docker Street," he said.
"The two male offenders actually spoke to the female victim at that residence and demanded the car keys and some other property.
"The two males then left in a stolen white (Mitsubishi) Pajero. A little bit later on, a matter of ten to 15 minutes, that vehicle was involved in a "ram raid".
"It wasn't quite successful but they did damage a roller door at Wagga Cellars at Lake Albert Road and stole some items."
"The vehicle was later found dumped in a park in Lloyd."
Inspector Aichinger said detectives had examined both crime scenes for fingerprints and DNA.
"A lot of items and the vehicle have been seized and will be examined as well. Investigations are still proceeding in relation to those matters. We do not yet have positive identification of those two offenders."
Inspector Aichinger urged anyone who might have witnessed the incidents in Docker Street and Lake Albert Road, or the vehicle being dumped at Lloyd to contact police or Crimestoppers.
In a separate incident, police engaged in a vehicle pursuit after a hatchback refused to directions to pull over.
Inspector Aichinger said it was concerning that the offenders chose to flee police during a time when the roads were busy with parents taking their children to school.
The two young men in the vehicle attempted to flee after the pursuit but were arrested at Kooringal.
"About 8.30am this morning a Green Ford Laser was driving in an erratic manner; police pulled in behind it and attempted to stop the vehicle.
"The vehicle has then tried to evade police and a pursuit commenced, staring around the Mount Austin area.
"They got up to speeds of 70 kilometres per hour in a 50 zone before the vehicle was finally dumped in Kooringal, at which point the two offenders escaped on foot."
The vehicle occupants jumped over fences in an attempt to evade capture but were arrested.
"If was a good result and we have two persons in custody now, a 21-year-old male and a 23-year-old male, both from the Kooringal area," Inspector Aichinger said.
"They have outstanding warrants and they are being processed.
"Investigations are continuing into the status of the Green Ford Laser, as to whether it was stolen or otherwise unlawfully obtained.
"It was an incredibly high speed chase but their manner of driving was quite dangerous, it was good management by police that we were able to continue the pursuit."