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Rider critical after motorbike crash

A MAN who crashed an alleged stolen motorbike into two cars at Granville last Thursday night was taken to hospital in a critical but stable condition.

About 11pm, a 19-year-old man was riding a Suzuki motorcycle, which was allegedly stolen, north on Blaxcell Street, Granville, when he attempted to overtake two vehicles. The motorcycle collided with a concrete island, and then a parked Toyota Yaris, which was then pushed into a Toyota Corolla.
The rider was thrown to the roadway, and slid under the Yaris.
He suffered head and limb injuries.
Cumberland Police are investigating.

Attacked and robbed
A MAN was attacked and robbed in Auburn on Monday night.
About 8.40pm the man was walking along Auburn Road, and as he turned into Norval Street, he was approached by four males, who produced a knife and threatened the man, before pushing him to the ground and taking his phone.
The four then left the location – one in a red sedan, the other three on foot, running north along Auburn Road.
The man attended Auburn Hospital to be treated for shock, where hospital staff called police.
Auburn Police are appealing for information to locate the four men – two are described as being of Middle Eastern/Mediterranean appearance, aged in their 20s.

Help find missing man
POLICE are appealing for public help to find a Thai National missing in Auburn.
Khak Khamkaew, aged 30, was last seen in March this year, with police now investigating his disappearance.
Khak Khamkaew is described as being of Asian appearance, about 170cm tall with a medium build and black hair.
Anyone with information on Khak’s whereabouts is urged to contact Surry Hills Police on 92654144 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Did you see attacker
DETECTIVES released a description of man they want to speak to about a brutal stabbing in South Granville.
About 9.20am on Thursday, July 11, Cumberland Police were called to a home on Boronia Street, South Granville where they found an 18-year-old man suffering stab wounds to his upper body. He was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital in a critical condition.
While his condition is no longer life threatening, he continues to recover in hospital.
Detectives from Cumberland PAC want to speak to a man described as being Caucasian, with a thin build and at the time was wearing black pants with reflective stripes on the knee with a black hooded jumper.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Granville Police Station on 9897 4199.

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