Cash was stolen during a break-in at Lithgow District Football Association's canteen overnight on Thursday, August 29.
The steel doors over the main windows were jemmied open and bolts damaged to gain access to the building.
CCTV captured the incident, in which a person disguised by a balaclava and wearing gloves, removed the till and passed it through the window to an accomplice. Drawers were also searched.
The theft took less than a minute.
The club took to social media to express its disgust over the incident.
"To the low life that broke into our canteen. You are stealing from the kids of our community. You are stealing from your brother or sister or cousin or friend," the club stated on its Facebook page.
Lithgow Police are investigating the theft and urged anyone with information into the incident to contact them or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
A Blue Mountains woman will be interviewed this week after an alleged grocery theft from Aldi.
Police allege the woman was captured on CCTV filling an Aldi bag with various items in the store, including meat, medical items and other groceries.
Staff reported they called out to the woman as she left without making any effort to pay, but she did not return to pay for the goods.
The woman is expected to be charged with shoplifting offences.
Police are hunting for a man allegedly responsible for a theft from Portland's Foodworks supermarket on August 30.
A young man, estimated to be 18-20 years old, was allegedly captured on CCTV at about 4pm taking items including chocolate bars and putting them in his jacket pocket and bumbag. He left without attempting to pay.
Be mindful of scams doing the round, Chifley Police warn.
One that keeps cropping up, police state, is a phonecall to an unsuspecting customer from the 'tech' helpline.
"These individuals will advise that they have detected a virus on your computer and ask you to log in, they will then gain your trust and try to rip you off for thousands of dollars," Chifley Police stated.
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