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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : March 25th 2009
8 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, March 26, 2009 MB NEWS Police call for committee help WORRIED about crime in your area? Burwood police are establishing two new community safety precinct committees and want local people to get involved. The committees will meet at the end of every quarter to analyse crime trends, identify local crime and safety concerns and encourage community involvement in com- munity safety. The committees will include local police, MPs, councillors and community groups. The Canada Bay CSPC will hold its inaugural meeting from 9am to 11.30am on Wednesday, April 8, at Club Five Dock. Burwood CSPC will also be held on Wednesday, April 8, at Burwood RSL Club from 1pm to 3.30pm. Burwood Police invite any member of the community who feels they could make a valued contribution to attend, particularly representatives of significant groups within the local community. Phone Burwood crime prevention officer Sen-Constable Tikisci on 9745 8499. Charged over Korean's death CRIME STOPPERS 1800 333 000 on the beat 1 3 2 4 1 A MAN has been charged with the murder of a South Korean woman in Strathfield before Christmas. The 22-year-old victim was named Jung Ha Kim, also known as Jessie or Claire. Her body was found in a unit on Beresford Rd on December 21. Police said she had come to Sydney with the intention of studying English and natural therapy. On Wednesday a 27-year-old Sydney man was arrested by police at a unit in Day St, Sydney. He was taken to City Central police station where he was interviewed and charged with murder and larceny. He was refused bail and was due to appear at Central Local Court on Thursday. 2 A MAN was assaulted and robbed of his wallet and mobile phone in Strathfield on Saturday night. The victim was walking south on Mosley St about 8.30pm when a man approached him and pushed him in the shoulder. He fell, hitting a wall. His attacker kneed him in the face many times and demanded he hand over his property. When the victim took money out of his pocket, the thief snatched it. A second man then took the man's mobile phone and wallet and also assaulted him. The two ran off on Mosley St. The victim suffered bruising and swelling to his lip, right eye and nose and cuts to his hands and elbows. The first thief was described as male, Asian appearance, short black hair, me- dium build and about 175cm tall. He was wearing a collared T-shirt and blue jeans. The second male was in his early 20s, of Asian appearance, slim and about 170cm tall. Anyone with any information can contact Burwood police on 9745 8499 or CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000. 3 A BALMAIN man was arrested in Enmore last Thursday by detectives investigating a series of ATM gas attacks, including two in Drummoyne. The 36-year-old man was arrested by Strike Force Piccadilly II detectives in Enmore Rd about 1.20pm. Police say man was linked with a several armed robberies. The man was taken to Newtown police station and charged with 11 offences includ- ing car theft, larceny, armed robbery, having stolen goods in custody and possess- ing ammunition. The armed robbery charges relate to robberies at licensed premises in Drummoyne (January 13), Forestville (February 8), Drummoyne (March 1) and Hunters Hill (March 4). 4 ASHFIELD police have used DNA evidence on a jumper to charge a 21-year-old man with starting a bushfire two years ago. The charge relates to an incident on January 22, 2007, when witnesses said they saw a young man set fire to bushland in Waterworth Park, Earlwood. He ran out of the park towards Tempe Railway Station after one of the witnesses used a PA system to tell him to stop and he was last seen boarding a train at 1.50pm. Police found a jersey at the scene which they examined for DNA but the man wasn't arrested until Ashfield detectives received notification of a DNA link. 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