Aggravated break-in in Narara

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Police are appealing for witnesses after an aggravated break-in at a home in Narara on Saturday, July 5.

About 6:15am, a woman and a man, aged 69, were sleeping in the house on Manns Rd, Narara. Two men forced entry into the house, waking the woman who screamed out. One man held the woman down while the other man walked through the house and, on locating the sleeping male occupant, restrained him. The two men ransacked the house, stealing phones, money, a camera and jewellery, before fleeing from the location.

Police were contacted and Brisbane Waters Local Area Command attended, commencing an investigation. A crime scene was established and examined by specialist offi cers. Investigators would like to speak to two men that may be able to assist with their inquiries. One man was described as Caucasian appearance, aged in 20s, slim build, about 170cm tall, with a blond goatee, wearing dark blue work trousers, steel cap work boots and a dark jumper.

The other was described as Caucasian appearance, aged in 30s, stocky build, about 173cm tall, with brown eyes and wearing dark work pants. Officers would like to speak to anyone who may have witnessed the incident or has any information about the aggravated break-in to make contact with the authorities.

Media release, 7 Jul 2014
NSW Police Media

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