Nsw police pledge to tackle burglary rate following fatal smash
AUSTRALIAN Crime & Police Commission chief executive John Thirn said police would be on their “go” in dealing with burglaries after a fatal smash in Sydney, on Sydney’s west coast.
Two men broke into the home in Springbrook about 1.30am on Monday and went in and out, police said.
Two men had a “significant quantity” of cash which was taken from the home, they were arrested for burglary and robbery. One man, 21, was seriously injured after the burglary.
“A number of officers deployed today, including three armed security units with assault rifles, and two plainclo넷마블 바카라thes squad officers, are responding to a violent and serious property crime complaint in Springbrook, Sydney,” Mr Thirn said.
“A 22-year-old woman was reported seriously injured outside t룰렛he home where the incident took place. She is now in hospital being treated for several injuries.
“Police are continuing to speak to her.”
Two men were taken into custody in an unrelated burglary on Monday afternoon in Sydney’s west. (Supplied) ()
“I am not satisfied that we have a reasonable risk of repeat occurrences.”
A spokeswoman for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said the case of the 22-year-old woman was the first serious incident involving the group and there was no current investigation into other reported attacks on property.
The agency sent its sympathies to the young woman and her family.
“It is difficult to put into words what it feels like to hear this news. She 영양출장안마will be devastated,” Ms Thirn said.
“These are serious incidents that impact the security of Australians, they impact society and our community and they certainly don’t reflect well on the police.”
Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact the Australian Crime Commission on 1800 333 000, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 1800 333 000.