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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : November 26th 2008
8 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, November 27, 2008 MB NEWS Put a stop to domestic violence Sen-Constable Rachael Berecz, Constable John Tickiski and Faye Tseng. POLICE and support workers will be out- side Ashfield's Bunnings store on Saturday to promote the White Ribbon Day campaign against domestic violence. Residents are invited to drop in between 10am and 2pm to receive a white ribbon and meet police officers and workers from the Inner West Domestic Violence Committee. There'll also be a charity barbecue and police showbags for children. Drinking spree ends in glassing CRIME STOPPERS 1800 333 000 on the beat 1 3 2 5 4 1 AN Irishman in his 20s will undergo surgery after being glassed at a pub in Five Dock on Saturday night, police say. Shortly after 11pm, emergency services were called to a hotel on Parramatta Rd. It is understood the incident involved two Irish nationals, aged 27 and 29, who had been drinking for some time and were told by security officers they should leave. As the two men discussed leaving, police allege the older man was struck in the face with a spirit glass, causing a deep cut. He was treated at the scene and taken to RPA Hospital for surgery. The younger man, who lives in Homebush, has been charged with reck- lessly inflicting grievous bodily harm and has been granted conditional bail to appear at Burwood Court in December 2. 2 A SCHOOLGIRL in Ashfield punched a man in the stomach after he tried to grab her as she walked home from school on Monday afternoon. About 3.45pm the girl, 14, was walking along Victoria St when she noticed two men sitting in a parked car next to Yeo Park. One man got out of the car and tried to grab the girl's arm. She punched him in the stomach and ran to nearby trees to hide. The men drove away in a navy two-door sedan with red P-plates attached. The girl was not hurt and reported the incident to police about 6.30pm. The first man is described as tanned and wearing a black baseball cap. The second man was tanned and muscu- lar with a bald/shaved head and about 168cm tall. He had a small scar near the left side of his mouth and was wearing dark blue jeans and white sneakers. Anyone who knows the identity of the two men should phone Ashfield police on 9797 4099 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. 3 A PROPERTY in Concord has been raided by police as part of an investi- gation into a Sydney shoplifting syndicate. Stolen electrical goods and homewares worth more than $36,000 were allegedly discovered after police simultaneously ex- ecuted search warrants on properties at Concord, Bankstown and Wiley Park at 7.30am on Thursday. Police from Marrickville, Bankstown, Burwood and Campsie were acting on information supplied by two major retail chains. Investigations are continuing and police are expected to make a number of arrests. Anyone with information should phone Marrickville police on 9568 9299 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. 4 POLICE from the Metropolitan Rob- bery Unit are appealing for infor- mation following four robberies in Sydney post offices last Friday, including one in Croydon Park. About 3.30pm, two men entered the post office on Georges River Rd. It is alleged they tried to access the counter area and de- manded money from a staff member. When the staff member refused, the men left empty-handed and were seen getting into a silver sedan, which travelled west. One man is described as being 20 to 30 years old and of Pacific Islander appear- ance. He was about 180cm tall, medium build, and wearing a dark hooded jumper, dark pants and white shoes. The second man is described as 20 to 30 years old, olive complexion, medium build, wearing a light-coloured hooded jumper, dark pants, white shoes and a white baseball cap. Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. 5 A MAN has been extradited to NSW to face charges over a hammer attack on another man at Auburn on November 12. The 40-year-old was arrested in Mel- bourne on November 17 over an attack on a 56-year-old man in the back yard of a Northumberland Rd house. 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