Police have released images and are appealing for public help after a robbery at Abbotsbury last Friday. About 3pm, a man entered a store on Stockdale Crescent and apparently assaulted the female cashier before stealing money from the till before running away. Fairfield police have released images of a man who may be able to help with inquiries. He’s described as of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, 20 to 25, of thin build and with a shaved head. He was wearing a white singlet, dark track pants with white stripes, black shoes, a blue baseball cap and was carrying a black T-shirt.
- Officers are urging anyone who may recognise the pictured man to contact Crime Stoppers, 1800 333 000.
No ticket and assaults police
At 11:50am last Thursday, police spoke to a man, 46, on Platform 1 at Cabramatta station. He was observed not to tap on when entering the platform and couldn’t produce a valid ticket. He became aggressive and swore at the police. A search found a driver’s licence in another person’s name. He was arrested and became aggressive and struggled with the police. He was charged with traveling without a ticket, using offensive language, having goods in custody suspected of being stolen and assaulting police. Bail was refused and he is due to appear in Liverpool court on December 6.
Disqualified further, big fine
At 10pm on last Thursday, Fairfield highway patrol detected a car doing 87km/h in a 70km/h zone on Cumberland Highway at Cabramatta. They stopped the driver who gave a false name. He’d been disqualified to March 2019 and had an outstanding warrant. He was arrested and charged with the warrant, disqualified driving, speeding and giving false details. Bail was refused. The matter was dealt with immediately. He got a section 9 18-month bond, was disqualified for two more years and fined $1200.
P-plater’s drink-drive charge
At 9.20am last Saturday, a silver Subaru turned left from Elizabeth Drive, Mount Pritchard onto North Liverpool Road hitting a silver Commodore waiting at the lights. The Subaru reversed, hitting another car, then mounted the kerb landing in scrub and unable to move. The Commodore driver was trapped and had to be cut out by the fire brigade. Police arrived and the Subaru driver, a Leppington man, 26, failed a breath test, reading 0.153. He was charged with high-range drink-driving, not complying P1 licence, no P-plates. He’s due in Liverpool court on October 30. The Commodore driver was taken to Liverpool hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.
Liverpool police theft warnings
Liverpool police urge you to take items from cars, particularly wallets, handbags and phones, and to always lock cars. They also urge you to collect mail from letterboxes as soon as possible to reduce the risk of mail theft.