Armed with knife, pistol

THREE men armed with a black pistol and a knife robbed the 7-Eleven at Bexley about midnight on Wednesday, threatening to harm an employee if he did not hand over cash, St George police said.
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Police believe the incident may have links to an earlier armed robbery at Greenacre.

Police said the men, who disguised their faces with sunglasses and white hoods, went into the Forest Road service station, stole cash and were last seen running down Dumore Street.

The men were described as Middle Eastern or Mediterranean in appearance and aged between 20 and 25. It is believed they fled the area in a gold sedan.

Hunt on

DETECTIVES investigating an attempted armed robbery at the Commonwealth Bank, Oatley, earlier this month have released an image of a man (pictured) they would like to speak with.

Police said a man carrying a black pistol threatened staff at the Frederick Street bank on March 6 but left empty-handed.

The man was last seen on Oatley Avenue about 12.30pm and police believe he might have left the area in a gold or light-coloured sedan with a missing boot hood.

Hurstville police described the man as Caucasian in appearance, aged in his early 30s, about 170cm tall and of thin build.

He is further described as having light, short hair, acne scars on his face and cuts on his hands. He was wearing a navy jacket and dark pants.

Servo robbed

POLICE are looking for two men after the armed robbery of a Roselands petrol station took place on Tuesday at about 12.40am.

Officers were told one man threatened an employee with a pistol and the other stood guard at the door of the Canterbury Road station.

The two men took off with cash and patrolling police and the dog unit were not able to find them.

One man is described as being 175 to 180cm tall, wearing a white hat, black-hooded jumper, track pants and pink gloves.

The second is described as wearing a dark-coloured hooded top and dark knee-length shorts.

Driver threatened

A TAXI driver was left shaken but not injured after he was robbed at knifepoint by three passengers he dropped off in Hurstville on Friday night, police said.

The driver told police one of three passengers held a knife to his throat and stole his phone and wallet before getting out of the car and running off down Romani Avenue at about 10pm.

Police spoke to three people of a similar description but they were released without charge and investigations continue.

Forensic find

THE discovery of forensic evidence led to the arrest a man on Monday, almost a decade after a Bexley man was shot during a violent home invasion.

A Bexley man, 32, was shot in the chest and leg after he answered a knock on the front door of his Milsop Street house on July 28, 2002, the Leader reported at the time.

His wife and two children were at home during the invasion which happened at about 11.45pm.

The man drove himself and his family to St George Hospital where he made a full recovery.

A Yagoona man, 30, was expected to appear at Bankstown Local Court on Tuesday charged with two counts of shooting with intent to murder, a police media spokesman said.

The results of forensic testing have also linked the Bexley shooting to an Eastern Suburbs robbery in which a dog was shot, police said in January.

Detectives released computer generated images of two other men (above) believed to be involved in the Bexley incident and are appealing for information.

Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000.

Phone taken

HURSTVILLE police are looking for two men of Middle Eastern appearance after a man, 33, was robbed of his iPhone and cash on Cross Street, Hurstville at about 6.45pm on March 19.

Police said the man gave up his property after two men threatened to kill him near the intersection with Hudson Street.

Police described the man as aged between 18 to 20, medium build, 170cm tall with short, dark hair. He was wearing a grey jumper and long pants.

The second man was described as 180cm tall, with a solid build and brown curly hair. He wore a red T-shirt.

Gun was fake

A GYMEA man, 18, will face court next month after he allegedly pointed a replica gun at a woman in Woolooware on Monday about 7.15pm, police said. Police arrested a man in a car park on Box Road, Sylvania and allegedly seized a replica pistol. He was charged with possessing an unauthorised firearm and stalk or intimidate with intent to cause fear. He is due before Sutherland Local Court on April 19.

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