About 3am on Monday, two men allegedly forced entry into a unit on Park Road at Liverpool. There were three people at home – two women and a man. The two men reportedly threatened the residents with a metal pole and forced them to empty their pockets. One offender searched the house for other items to steal and the victims were taken into a room one at a time. The male resident was hit across the head with the pole.
A short time later both men left the unit, one of them forcing one of the female residents to drive him to Glenfield station. The man who was struck with the pole wasn’t injured and didn’t need medical attention. A crime scene was established and police began their investigations which are still continuing.
- Any information to Liverpool detectives or Crime Stoppers, 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers reporting page, nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information treated in strict confidence. You are reminded not to report crime information via police Facebook or Twitter pages.
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Car hits tree, passenger dies
A man died after a car crash at Green Valley at the weekend. About 10.30pm on Saturday emergency services were called to Bringelly Road at Rossmore, following reports a car had crashed into a tree. The male passenger died at the scene. The male driver was taken to Liverpool Hospital for mandatory testing. Police established a crime scene and began investigating. Bringelly Road was closed and traffic diversions were in place.
Car lands beside railway track
On Monday just after 2pm a woman was taken to Liverpool Hospital after her car crashed through a barrier, coming to rest beside the train tracks at Panania. Emergency services were called to Carson Street after the sedan drove through the fence, continued down an embankment and hit a large tree. It resulted in the tree falling onto the train line. The woman was helped out of the car. She was reported to not have serious injuries but was taken to Liverpool Hospital as a precaution. Inquiries are continuing.
- Any information to Crime Stoppers, 1800 333 000.
Man assaulted on the train
Between 11am and 11.30am on October 3, a man was travelling by train from Cabramatta to Warwick Farm. During the journey, a man approached him from behind, grabbed him by the shoulder and held a knife to his shoulder demanding money and his phone. Fearing for his safety, the victim handed over his property. The offender, described as five foot, seven inches, Caucasian, white skin, with short brown hair and wearing a brown T-shirt, took the property and made more threats. The victim got off the train at Warwick Farm and went to Liverpool police station.
- Any information about this to police.
Man watching girls in the park
Police detained a man after suspicious behaviour in Thomas Moore Park at Chipping Norton. About 1pm last Saturday, a man in his 20s, of Middle Eastern appearance and in a red hoodie, green T-shirt and black pants was seen by four girls, 13 and 14, in bushland in the park. It appeared to be watching them and when noticed made obscene gestures. The girls went to an adult in the park for help and the man ran off through the bush. Police were called and found him close by. He was taken to Liverpool police station and his case worker spoken to. Investigations continue.
- Any information about this to Liverpool police.
Driving while disqualified
At 10:40am last Thursday police stopped a male driver, 49, on the Cumberland Highway at Cabramatta. He didn’t have a licence. Checks revealed he’d been disqualified to January 2020. He was charged with driving while disqualified and he’s due in Liverpool court on November 20.
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