A youth was charged with aggravated break and enter following a bungled robbery at Cumberland High School on Thursday.
Police said the youth broke into the school with three others at 11.50pm and was caught by security guards after setting off an alarm.
Police allege the boy was attempting to steal speakers and was wearing pink gloves when he was cornered by security guards in the school hall.
Security were unable to catch his accomplices and police are looking at security camera footage.
The youth was bailed to appear in the Parramatta Children’s Court on September 25.
Takeaway employee punched in head
A takeaway food store employee in Rouse Hill was punched in the jaw by a customer on Wednesday night.
Police said the incident occurred at 7.20pm when the employee, 17, allegedly laughed at the customer who appeared to be drunk.
The offender responded by punching the boy to the head and bruising his jaw.
Security camera footage is being examined by police.
Man charged with stealing
Police charged a Villawood man with four counts of aggravated stealing following shoplifting incidents at Castle Towers in July.
The man, 33, was identified through security camera footage in an operation targeting theft.
He was also charged with goods in custody and appeared in Parramatta Local Court on September 20.
Three drivers caught speeding
Three people had their licences suspended last week for driving 30km/h over the speed limit.
Police said the first incident occurred on September 12 when a Baulkham Hills woman, 19, was caught driving 94km/h in the 60km/h zone of Windsor Road.
An Arcadia woman, 21, was clocked doing 100km/h in a 60km/h zone on Samantha Riley Drive at Beaumont Hills.
In the third incident a 17-year-old provisional driver was fined after being caught driving 84km/h in a 50km/h speed zone.
Police said each had their licences suspended for three months and had to pay a $799 fine.