POLICE | Four charged, two more sought over armed robberies at Warwick Farm pub, and other police news of the week

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Four people have been charged over their alleged roles in planning an armed robbery at Warwick Farm last year. About 5am on July 5 last year, two men armed with a knife and an electronic stun device entered a Hume Highway pub at Warwick Farm and threatened two staff. They stole cash and fled in a car which had been waiting on Liverpool Street. No one was injured.

Robbery & Serious Crime Squad detectives established Strike Force Amor to investigate the armed robbery. They arrested two women, 21 and 49, and a man, 26, at Liverpool police station last Wednesday.

The man was charged with armed robbery, directing a criminal group and secretly dealing with the proceeds of crime (x 3). He was refused bail to be in Liverpool court last Thursday, when he was formally refused bail to be back in that court on October 28. The younger woman was charged with secretly dealing with the proceeds of crime (x 8) and being an accessory after the fact of armed robbery in company.

The older woman was charged with recklessly dealing with the proceeds of crime (x 3). Both were given conditional bail to be in Liverpool court on September 25. A fourth person, a man, 23, was also charged with armed robbery, dealing with the proceeds of crime and being in a criminal group.

He's due in Liverpool court on October 30. Investigations under Strike Force Amor are continuing and police are still seeking two men in relation to this armed robbery. Detectives have asked for the public's help as they continue to investigate another robbery at the same pub earlier this year. About 4am on March 22, two men entered the pub, threatened and punched a male staff member, stole cash and fled.

Cabramatta West road rage

At 3.30pm last Thursday, the driver of a gold Holden Commodore travelling east on Cabramatta Road West at MountPritchard had an incident with the driver of a silver Volkswagen Gold. Both stopped at the intersection of Cabramatta Road West and Cumberland Highway at CabramattaWest. Two men got out of the Volkswagen, one armed with a hammer. It's alleged they damaged the Commodore. The Commodore was driven off along Cabramatta Road towards the police station. It's alleged the Volkswagen cut in front of the Commodore causing a collision. Passing police stopped and two men were arrested. A Liverpool man, 20, was charged with having an offensive implement in public, being offensive, damaging property and intimidating. A Cabramatta man, 25, was charged with negligent driving, being offensive and intimidating. Both are due in Liverpool court on September 23.

  • Any witnesses or dash-cam video to Fairfield police, 9728 8399 or CrimeStoppers.

Knife found at Bonnyrigg

At 3.30pm on Monday, September 2, a Bonnyrigg boy, 14, was seen holding a knife at the local shopping centre. He was spoken to by security staff and taken to an office. Fairfield police attended and arrested him. He was charged with having a knife in public and intimidation. He pleaded guilty at Parramatta children's court and was dismissed with a caution.

Shoplifting at Cabramatta

At 4pm last Thursday, a Cabramatta woman, 44, was seen to enter a shop on Hughes Street at Cabramatta and take a coffee machine, coffee pods, milk, shampoo and conditioner, wafers, soap and leave without paying.

The woman was charged with shoplifting and trespassing and she's due in Liverpool court on September 23.

Drugs in a car at Edensor Park

At noon last Wednesday, Fairfield police spoke to a man in a car parked on Eldershaw Road at EdensorPark.

They searched the car and found methylamphetamine and heroin. The StJohnsPark man, 49, was charged with having a prohibited drug (x 2) and is due in Fairfield court on Monday, September 30.

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