Bathurst man arrested by police after 12 years

Bathurst man arrested by police after 12 years

A Bathurst man has been arrested after evading police for 12 years.

 The 33-year-old man has evaded police across NSW and other states but was caught by police on Tuesday afternoon near Bourke, when he drove into a golf course car park.

Police stopped the man in the car park and discovered he had prior offences dating back to 1996 in Bathurst.

He has 12 outstanding warrants related to offences of breaking and entering, fraud and drug matters.

 The man will appear in court at a later date.

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