A man has been charged over his alleged involvement in three separate incidents including a ram raid, police pursuit and a home invasion.
The 20-year-old was arrested at a correctional facility in Silverwater on Wednesday and faces of a string of charges. In the first incident, in the early hours of June 6, a silver Nissan Navara utility was stolen from a home on River Road at Gobbagombalin.
About 3.40am that day, the ute was allegedly driven into a supermarket on Gregory Crescent in Lake Albert before a group of men entered the store and stole groceries.
An hour later, the ute was allegedly driven into a service station on Tumut Street in Adelong, before a group of men ran into the business and stole items.
In a second incident, on July 14, three men allegedly forced entry to a home on Lusher Avenue and stole a handbag.
Two occupants were alerted by a car alarm and woke to find three men fleeing on foot along Urana Street. The bolt of a firearm was located nearby.
In a third incident, at about midnight on August 24, a 47-year-old man was sitting in his vehicle in the Wagga Botanic Gardens car park, when three men approached him.
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He was allegedly pushed to the ground and threatened, before being assaulted and robbed.
A short time later, a man and woman, both aged 21, were sitting in a red Lexus on the opposite side of the car park, when three men approached them.
One man opened the driver's door armed with a tyre iron, while the another opened the passenger's door and punched the 21-year-old man in the face.
He was then forced from the vehicle and threatened with a knife before one of the offenders took his wallet and phone. The men then forced the woman from the car and stole her phone and the Lexus.
The 20-year-old man arrested now faces a raft of charges including two counts of robbery in company, taking and driving conveyance without consent of the owner and police pursuit. He is due to appear in court today.
A second man has also been charged in relation to the home invasion.