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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : February 11th 2009
8 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, February 12, 2009 NEWS Torched car clue to explosion A CAR believed to have been involved in last Wednesday's explosion at the Hells Angels clubhouse in Petersham was dumped and set alight in Haberfield on Thursday night. About 10.20pm police and the fire brigade were called to Martin St near Dobroyd Pde where they found a blue 2003 Mitsubishi Pajero in flames. The fire was extinguished and the four-wheel drive with the registration YNJ- 958 was taken away for forensic examination. Det-Supt Mal Lanyon, commander of the Gang Squad, said the vehicle was stolen from a car park in Gosford on Friday, November 28. ''I am appealing for any- one who may have seen the car being driven or parked in the Gosford or Sydney areas to come forward and contact police,'' he said. ''I believe that someone may have seen the four- wheel drive in the last two months. ''We would like to hear from anybody who may have seen a blue Mitsubishi Pajero four-wheel drive parked out of the ordinary in their neighbourhood.'' Anyone with information should phone Crime Stop- pers on 1800 333 000. All information will be treated with the strictest confidence and callers can remain anonymous. Shooting mars motorbike show CRIME STOPPERS 1800 333 000 on the beat 1 3 2 4 5 1A MAN was shot in the leg near a Christian-run motorbike show in Silver- water over the weekend. About 2.50pm on Saturday police and emergency services were called to a park in Clyde St after reports of a shooting. Police have been told that five men wearing a motorcycle gang colours ap- proached the 33-year-old victim and an altercation took place before he was shot. A daily newspaper has reported that the man may be a member of the Comancheros. The five men were last seen running in an easterly direction across the park towards the Silverwater Bridge. The shooting follows earlier bikie-related attacks. On Wednesday the Hells Angels club house in Crystal St, Petersham, was exten- sively damaged by an explosion and shots were fired into a nearby tattoo parlour on Parramatta Rd. Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. 2 POLICE are investigating the deaths of two people in Five Dock on Thursday night. Police were called to the house in Augusta St about 10.20pm following the discovery of the bodies believed to be that of an elderly couple. Initially a crime scene was established but their deaths are not considered to be suspicious, police said. A report will be prepared for the coroner. 3 A HOMEBUSH woman, 41, was arrested on two counts of breaking and entering. The woman who was arrested for break- ing into a property in Rochester St, Homebush early Monday morning, was given bail. But later that night she was arrested again following an alleged attempt to break into a different property in the same street. The woman was charged with two counts of breaking and entering and breach of bail. 4 AN 18-year-old man was arrested for assaulting two security guards at Lidcombe station. Last Friday night, about 10.35pm, the man was seen causing trouble at Lidcombe railway station. After a security guard approached, the man allegedly assaulted the guard. A second guard who came to assist was also assaulted. When police arrived, the man attempted to run away but fell heavily and fractured his right leg. He was taken to Concord Hospital. A bedside hearing was held for him on Monday where conditional bail was granted. 5 SHOTS were fired into an Auburn home with four people inside last Friday night. Flemington police were called to Chiswick Rd following reports shots were fired into the side of a rendered-brick home about 6.45pm. The people inside escaped injury. A crime scene was established and police canvassed the neighbourhood. Witnesses saw a dark-coloured sedan leaving the area shortly after the shooting. A number of items were taken from the scene for forensic analysis. 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