Police are seeking help to identify a man who gropped multiple women at the Wodonga Gold Cup.
A concert patron reported being groped by the man after the races had finished about 5.50pm on Friday.
The man grabbed the woman at the front of the stage early into the show, with the incident thought to have been seen by members of the public.
Detective Senior Constable Ray Causer said the incident was being investigated.
IN OTHER NEWS:
"It is believed the male's actions were observed by other members of the public and the male has groped other female patrons," he said.
"Police are seeking assistance from any people at the concert that observed the actions of the male or any patron that may have been groped by the male during the event."
Those with information can contact Senior Constable Anthony James on (02) 6049 2601.
In other police news, a second man has been arrested and charged following a break-in at Corryong.
A 20-year-old Wodonga man has been charged with burglary, theft, disqualified driving, gun possession and ammunition possession.
He will face the Wodonga Magistrates Court on Monday.
Albury officers have also charged several people with drink driving during a traffic blitz.
Sergeant Steve Schausinger said a speeding driver was caught on McDonald Road in Lavington about 10.30pm on Saturday.
The 40-year-old returned a result of 0.135 at the Albury Police Station.
A 15-year-old girl was caught driving on Borella Road about 9.30pm on Friday, and another driver had his licence suspended after being caught drink driving on Wodonga Place two hours later.
A 79-year-old Albury man was caught drink driving on Willowbank Road on Friday night with a reading of .081.
Another drink driver lost their licence after being caught early Saturday.