Hazelbrook man charged with walking naked in public

Police have charged a 67-year-old Hazelbrook man after complaints he was walking naked in the street.

Blue Mountains Police first received complaints about the man walking naked in his front yard at Eastern Avenue in Hazelbrook about 1pm on November 19.

They spoke to the man and warned him that his behaviour was an offence.

"About two hours later, police were called back to Eastern Avenue, Hazelbrook in relation to a naked male walking along the street. When police returned, they were informed that the 67-year-old man had threatened several neighbours as well," said Blue Mountains Police Detective Chief Inspector Scott McAlpine.

The man will appear at Penrith Local Court on December 17. The offence of wilful and obscene exposure in/near a public place carries maximum punishments of 6 months' imprisonment and/or a $1,100 fine.

Liquor shop hit

About 1.30am on November 17, three people smashed the front door of Murray's Porters Liquor store in Glenbrook and stole a large amount of alcohol, including spirits.

A white SUV was seen in the area at the time of the offence.

Police are seeking anyone with information or witnesses to this incident, as well as anyone who may have CCTV, phone or dashcam footage, to contact Springwood Police Station on 4751 0299 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Water systems stolen

On the nights of October 30 and November 6, small hot water systems from the basement parking behind 125-127 Macquarie Road, Springwood were stolen.

Police are seeking anyone with information or witnesses to this incident, as well as anyone who may have CCTV, phone or dashcam footage, to contact Springwood Police Station or Crime Stoppers.

Rego plates taken

The registration plates on asilver Subaru parked on Kings Tableland Road at Wentworth Falls were stolen overnight on November 11.

Police are seeking witnesses to this incident, as well as anyone who may have CCTV, phone or dashcam footage, to contact Katoomba Police Station on 4782 8199 or Crime Stoppers.

Blaxland crime

Several homes were broken into in Blaxland and items stolen overnight on November 1.

Boynton Street, Ross Crescent, View Street and Wattlecliffe Drive were targetted.

"In several cases, the residents were home asleep at the time. Entry was gained via unlocked ground floor doors and offender/s targeted handbags and wallets," said Det Chief Insp McAlpine.

Police are seeking witnesses to these incidents, as well as anyone who may have CCTV, phone or dashcam footage, to contact Springwood Police Station or Crime Stoppers.