Fairfield police will hold Operation Tabella at Bonnyrigg Plaza on Friday.
Police, the State Emergency Service and Volunteers in Policing will be installing irreversible number plate screws in a bid to assist vehicle safety, as well as reducing plate thefts within our community.
Fairfield police are urging residents to have free irreversible number plate screws installed.
The event will run from 10am to 2pm. Details: 9728 8399.
In other police news in brief:
House fire suspicious
Police are investigating a suspicious house fire in Canley Heights last Thursday night.
Just before 7pm, emergency services responded to reports of a house on fire on Coolibar Street.
While NSW Fire and Rescue officers attended and extinguished the flames, extensive damage was caused to the premises.
No one was home at the time of the incident.
Fairfield police are investigating the cause of the fire, which is being treated as suspicious.
Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Rammed by truck
Police are investigating a three-vehicle crash at Cecil Hills last Thursday.
Just before 1pm, a Toyota Hilux stopped behind a Holden Rodeo on the M7 motorway near Elizabeth Drive, when a truck approached the two vehicles from behind.
Police said the truck failed to stop in time and hit the Toyota Hilux, pushing it into the back of the Holden Rodeo.
The truck then allegedly continued to drive away.
While two men in the Holden Rodeo were uninjured, three women in the Toyota Hilux, aged 65, 69 and 73, suffered various injuries.
Anyone who witnessed the accident is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.