Police have released images of a group of men they wish to speak to as they renew their appeals for information about a robbery in Canley Heights earlier this month.
Just before 1.30pm on June 12, a 38-year-old man confronted a group of people at his home on Duke Street.
The group had gained access to the roof and were in the process of removing tiles when they were confronted.
Police have been told the group then forced the man inside the home before assaulting him.
They fled with a number of items and police were alerted.
The man was treated at the scene by NSW Ambulance Paramedics for cuts and bruising to his face and a fractured jaw, before being taken to hospital.
Cabramatta police established a crime scene and conducted an extensive search of the area with assistance from the Dog Unit; however the group were not found.
Inquiries into the matter are continuing and detectives have now released images of a group of men who may be able to assist in the investigation.
One of the men depicted has been described as having a Caucasian appearance, with two further men described as being of Pacific Islander/Maori appearance.
One man is shown wearing shorts and a t-shirt, with a cap, black sneakers and carrying a dark-coloured bag, while the other two men are shown wearing fluorescent green jackets and vests with light-coloured pants.
Investigators have also released images of a vehicle, described as a white Toyota Hilux ute, with a silver tray.
Anyone who knows the identity of the men depicted or has anyone information that could assist police is urged to contact Crime Stoppers, 1800 333 000.