Police are investigating a spate of weekend car thefts and vehicle fires, with the incidents causing tens-of-thousands of dollars in damage. A 2021 model Ford Ranger Wildtrack was stolen from a home on Heckendorf Road in Wodonga some time after 10pm on Friday, December 1. The orange vehicle was found burning near a walking track between Melgaard Court and Trudewind Road early Saturday morning. A Toyota HiLux was also torched on Felltimber Creek Road. Police are also investigating a fire involving an MG sedan on the Stock Route in Wodonga. That fire was reported about 4am on Sunday. Firefighters attended and extinguished the flames. The cars have been towed for examination. Barbara Leitch, whose partner owns the Ford Ranger stolen on Friday night, was left angry by the incident. "Get a life and leave other people's stuff alone," she said. "We work hard to achieve things like this in life. "People like that just come along and destroy it in the blink of an eye." Ms Lietch said the car was probably worth up to $60,000. Video footage posted on social media appeared to show someone with a white T-shirt running from the scene. Police informed the victim of the theft in the early hours of Saturday morning. Wodonga detectives are investigating the matters. Anyone with information can call (02) 6049 2600.