Fraud0405_01.jpg Fraud0405_02.jpg Fraud0405_03.jpg Fraud0405_04.jpg Police want public help to identify this man as part of an ongoing fraud investigation.
POLICE have released images of a man they believe can help with an investigation into frauds committed at service stations at Lidcombe, Five Dock and Enfield.
On May 4 a man allegedly used fraudulent key cards to withdraw money from bank accounts at a service station at Lidcombe.
Two more fraudulent transactions were committed at service stations in Five Dock and Enfield the following day.
Officers from the Eastern Beaches Local Area Command are investigating the incidents and describe a man they would like to talk as having a large build, with a beard and a 'rat's tail'. He is aged about 25-35 years and of Middle Eastern/Mediterranean appearance.
Anyone with information on his identity is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
A MOTORCYCLIST has been killed following a three vehicle crash at Rosehill on Monday afternoon.
Police were told a truck, car and motorcycle were involved in a collision on James Ruse Drive at 5.10pm
The male rider suffered serious injuries and was treated by NSW Ambulance paramedics, however he died at the scene.
Both drivers of the other vehicles were taken to hospital for mandatory testing.
Officers from Rosehill Local Area Command and Traffic and Highway Command are investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash, and anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Fire deliberately lit
A NEWINGTON home was seriously damaged by a fire in the early hours of Thursday morning which police believe was deliberately lit.
Emergency services were called to Watt Avenue at 1.30am and found the home, along with a Mercedes hatchback parked in the driveway, well alight.
No-one was injured during the incident and fire fighters were able to extinguish the blaze; however the home sustained significant damage and the vehicle was destroyed.
The Flemington Local Area Command is investigating the circumstances surrounding the fire and anyone with information is urged to contact police via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.