Police are searching for two men who threatened a Warwick Farm man with a weapon, thought to be a revolver, on Friday. Police said the man, 42, was approached by two men when moving his bins at his house in Forbes Street at 4.30am. One offender made death threats and pointed the weapon at him. The second offender stood behind the victim. The victim refused to comply with the offenders' demands. The men were last seen heading towards Forbes Lane. The victim cut his hand during the incident. One offender wore a black jumper; the other had his face covered with a yellow bandana.
Arrest follows thefts
A 23-year-old Cartwright man will face court after he was charged with 41 theft and pawning offences. Police said the man was charged on Thursday with eight offences of larceny, eight offences of receiving, 17 of furnishing false information and eight offences of goods in custody. Officers from the Police Transport Command were investigating the theft of bicycles from outside railway stations and surrounding streets. They gathered CCTV footage from Warwick Farm station in August. It showed bolt cutters being used to steal a chained-up mountain bike. The man will appear in Liverpool Local Court on October 9.
Anyone with information should contact Liverpool police on 9821 8444, Green Valley police on 9607 1799 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.