After the owner of a postie bike discovered his ride was missing on Tuesday, he took to social media to ask the Leeton community to help find the trusty vehicle.
Sure enough, police were tipped off to the bikes location and found it hidden in a shed on Melaleuca Avenue on Wednesday.
A man was arrested on Thursday morning and remains in custody assisting police with their investigations.
In other news, this week is national scam awareness week.
Scam emails pretending to be from Revenue NSW are targeting citizens have been circulating recently.
The emails feature a fake penalty notice, with an attachment that says it is an ‘annulment application’.
Officers from Murrumbidgee Police District advise residents in the MIA to not open the link, as you could potentially infect your computer with a virus.
Revenue NSW emails end in 'revenue.nsw.gov.au'.
If you receive an email with a different email address, just delete it. If you open it by accident, do not open any attachment.
For tips on how to protect yourself from scammers, watch the video below: