Police Briefs: Fairfield and Cabramatta

Licence suspended

A man has had his licence suspended after he was charged with high-range drink- driving in Cabramatta on Sunday night. The 33-year-old man was driving erratically in a northerly direction on Lord Street at 9:30pm when he was stopped. Police carried out a roadside breath test, which returned a positive result. The driver was taken to Cabramatta police station where a subsequent breath analysis returned a result of 0.16.

Armed robbery

Fairfield police are appealing for public help following an armed robbery at a service station in Wetherill Park on Sunday night. A man armed with a knife walked into the service station on The Horsley Drive at 7pm and demanded money. The attendant complied and the man left with cash. He was last seen running on The Horsley Drive into Bardia Place. He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 165 to 175 centimetres tall, of thin build. He was last seen wearing a grey, hooded jacket, black mask and gloves. Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Fined $550

A man received a big fine after he attempted to re-enter a licensed premises in Cabramatta despite being told not to return. At 1pm on Sunday, the 29-year-old was approached by a security guard in the hotel and asked to provide identification. He wasn't able to and was asked to leave. Police allege he then became aggressive towards the security guard before being removed from the premises and told not to return. He later attempted to re-enter. Police were called and issued a $550 fine.

Shots hit home

Police are investigating a shooting in Bonnyrigg last Thursday. Officers from Fairfield were called to a home on Bishop Crescent about 10.30pm following reports of a shooting. Police said incident took place between 8pm and 8.30pm, when three shots were fired into the house. Investigators have yet to determine if the shots were fired from a car or if those responsible were travelling on foot. While no one was injured during the incident, detectives believe it may have been a targeted attack. Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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