April 28, 2018 by admin
TRUE community spirit was shown in Liverpool last week when four Middle Eastern men came to the aid of an Asian resident who was allegedly being attacked by an Indigenous teen.
At 5pm on Sunday, a 23-year-old female was allegedly punched and her hand bag stolen by a 13-year-old male on Macquarie Street. The offender fled but was chased by four passers-by who witnessed the incident. When the men approached the boy to retrieve the stolen goods, he allegedly threatened them with a knife.
The men apprehended the boy until police arrived.
He was charged with aggravated robbery and use of weapon to evade detainment.
Liverpool police commended the men for their efforts and commitment to the safety of local residents.
¦ Between five and 15 men aged in their early 20s stormed a Grandstand Motel room on Saturday night. A 24-year-old male and a 19-year-old female were in the room at the time. Police allege the motel door was kicked in and the male occupant was assaulted with metal poles.
No goods were taken and the motive remains unknown. The victim was treated for lacerations to his body and head.
The offenders were described as being of Middle Eastern appearance.
¦ A 24-year-old woman on her way to work was robbed at Warwick Farm train station on Saturday. At 4.15am, the woman was waiting for a train when she was approached and attacked by an unknown woman. The offender, who fled with the victim’s bag, is described as being caucasian and in her mid-30s. She was last seen running along Remembrance Drive.
¦ Police have a 17-year-old Casula boy in custody after a serious assault leaving a man unconscious and in a pool of blood in his car. The incident occurred on July 24 this year.
The 17-year-old has been charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
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