POLICE NEWS | Servo stabbing is under investigation

Police continue to investigate a stabbing at the 7/11 service station on Elizabeth Drive at Liverpool about 11.30pm last Saturday. Police have released images of a man who may be able to help with the investigation. He is described as of Middle Eastern appearance, in his 20s, of medium build, with black hair and wearing white camouflage clothing at the time.

  • Any information about him to Liverpool police. 

Woman’s phone and purse gone

DO YOU KNOW THIS MAN? He may be able to help solve the theft of a woman's phone and a purse. Picture: NSW Police

DO YOU KNOW THIS MAN? He may be able to help solve the theft of a woman's phone and a purse. Picture: NSW Police

About 2.10pm on April 24, an unknown man described as Caucasian, 25 to 30, of scruffy appearance, wearing a white long-sleeved top with a red shirt underneath, blue shorts and white runners, entered a Moore Street business at Liverpool through an open door. He walked through the business before finding a handbag. He removed a phone and a purse from the bag before leaving. Police are seeking help from the community to identify a man who may be able to help with inquiries.

  • Any information to Liverpool police, 9765 9499. 

Couple charged with stealing

It’s alleged about 11.30pm on May 1, a Prestons man, 52, and woman, 44, entered a business site on Ledbury Place at Chipping Norton. It’s alleged the couple damaged the perimeter fence to gain entry and then took some recyclable metal and put it in their parked car nearby.

A member of the community saw the incident and told police. About 12.05am, police patrolling Prestons saw the car driven by the woman on Jedda Road. Police tried to stop the car which sped away. It suddenly stopped for police a short time later on Yarrunga Street at Prestons. Police arrested the couple.

A search of the car found the allegedly stolen items.and assorted power and hand tools. It was found that woman was unlicensed. Both were taken to Liverpool police station where the man was charged with theft, malicious damage, entering enclosed lands with intent, having goods in custody and breaching bail. He was refused bail to be in Liverpool court on May 1.

The woman was charged with theft, malicious damage, entering enclosed lands and unlicensed driving. She was refused bail to be in Liverpool court on May 28 and conditionally bailed to return on June 13. The man was remanded to be in Liverpool court on June 27. 

Police pursuit at Cabramatta West

Around midnight last Saturday, police tried to stop the driver of an allegedly stolen car on Cabramatta Road West at Cabramatta West. The driver refused to stop and police chased  the car which collided with another car near Meadows Road, stopping a short distance away. The driver ran away and was arrested a short distance away. The Alfords Point man, 18, was charged with: police pursuit (Skye’s law), driving in the dark with no lights, disqualified driving, illegal using a car, not giving particulars to another driver, trespassing and breaching bail. Bail was refused and the accused is due in Bankstown court on May 9.

Shoplifting at Stocklands Mall Wetherill Park

At 11am last Friday, Fairfield police were called to a store in Stockland Mall Wetherill Park where a Busby woman, 46, was arrested for stealing meat products. She was issued a criminal-infringement notice for $300 for shoplifting.

Breath test led to charge

About 8.15pm last Thursday, Liverpool police who were patrolling the Hume Highway at Liverpool stopped the driver of a silver Nissan T30 for a breath test. The driver, a St Johns Park man, 24, said he was disqualified. Police checks found he’d been disqualified until 2027.  He was given a court-attendance notice to be in Liverpool court on June 6. 

Four-car pile-up at intersection

About 12.40am last Sunday, a blue Mazda, driven by a Lurnea man, 21, was travelling on the Hume Highway towards Liverpool. It entered the right-turn lane on the Hume Highway to turn onto Terminus Street. There was a red traffic light stopping traffic entering the intersection and there were three other cars stationary at the intersection. The male driver failed to slow and collided heavily with a Nissan which in turn collided with a Mazda which collided with another Mazda. It’s believed that the man failed to slow down his car at all but his speed is unknown. Police attended and breath-tested all drivers. The 21-year-old man returned a positive reading and was arrested and taken to Liverpool police station. It was found that his learner’s license had already been suspended due to a fine default. The man was subjected to a breath analysis which returned a reading of 0.196. He was charged with high-range drink-driving and driving while his license had been suspended. He was conditionally bailed to appear in Liverpool court on May 30.