Police have charged two Wagga residents over the alleged ram raid of an Adelong service station.
An 18-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman were captured on CCTV early Sunday morning as they allegedly drove a stolen vehicle into Adelong's Mobil service station and stole a cash register and chocolate milk.
Wagga Police Acting Inspector Steve Probst said the pair also allegedly attempted to access the cigarette cabinet but were unable to.
"The register luckily had no cash inside so they did not get away with anything of much value," he said.
Acting Inspector Probst said the vehicle used to ram the business was stolen from a Gregadoo property and captured on cameras at a Wagga service station about 12.20am Sunday.
About 4.40am the same day, police entered a pursuit with the vehicle along the Sturt Highway near Borambola, but it was shortly terminated for public safety.
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"Police entered another pursuit in Mt Austin about 11.30am Sunday where the female was arrested in the vehicle and the male later arrested at a Mt Austin home," Acting Inspector Probst said.
The man was charged with a number of offences relating to aggravated break and enter and theft. He was refused bail and is due to appear in Wagga Local Court May 4.
The woman was charged with being in a stolen vehicle and granted conditional bail to appear before Wagga Local Court April 6.