Police are appealing for witnesses after a service station was robbed on Monday night. Officers were called to the petrol station on the Great Western Highway about 10.45pm after two men, armed with a firearm, entered the store. Police say the men threatened a male employee and demanded cash from the register and cigarettes. He handed over an amount of cash and a small amount of cigarettes before the pair ran from the store. Anyone who may be able to assist detectives should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
A man has been charged with drink-driving on Richmond Rd on October 27. Police breath tested a 37-year-old Glendenning man, who allegedly returned a positive reading. He is due to appear before Blacktown Court on December 1.
Police are alerting the public after a man exposed himself to a teenage girl on Monday morning at 7.40am. A 15 yearold girl was waiting for a bus on Luxford Rd, near the intersection of Gasmata Cres in Whalan when a man exposed himself and then walked back and forth past the bus stop on a number of occasions, before leaving the location and walking down Banaro Ave. Officers were unable to locate the man and are now appealing to members of the public for help. The man is described as being middle-aged, with a light brown complexion and a chubby build. The top of his head was bald, with short, light grey hair around the sides. He was wearing a navy blue, zipup jacket with an upright collar, blue cargo pants and rectangular reading glasses. Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Police are appealing for information from the public after a liquor store in Colyton was robbed. About 5.30pm on Sunday, two men have entered the store. Police say one of the men has picked up two cases of bourbon from a display stand. The two men then left via the fire exit door activating the alarm on their way out without paying. They are described as caucasian, in their early 30s and both were wearing black caps, one in a blue hoodie, one in a black T-shirt at the time of the incident. The male in the black T-shirt was described as having a Southern Cross tattoo on his rear calf muscle. Both men left the shop in what has been described as a green Subaru station wagon. Police wish to speak with any members of the community who may have information that can assist. Please call St Marys police station on 9677 7499 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
MARYS A sum of cash has been found and handed in to police in St Marys about 5.30pm on Sunday. A 27-year-old St Marys man entered a supermarket in St Marys and told police he was walking in the car park when he found the cash. Police are appealing for anyone who knows anything about the money, or if it belongs to them to attend St Marys police station. Anyone claiming the cash should be able to nominate the amount, and the denominations the cash was in to officers.