Knife-wielding man & sneaked past six-year-old sleeping and hid in a bedroom waiting for her parents & # 39;

Knife-wielding house importer & # 39; sneaked past the sleeping six-year-old girl and hid in a bedroom waiting for her parents & # 39; while the police begged for help to track him down

  • A knife-wielding man sneaked into a parental home and threatened a couple
  • CCTV images show that he crawled two children and then hid in a bedroom
  • He confronted the adults with the knife and demanded the keys to their car
  • The suspect was later seen on CCTV at a gas station that filled fuel
  • The police have released an image of a man they believe can help with questions
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A knife-wielding man allegedly sneaking past a sleeping six-year-old girl hiding in a bedroom before threatening her parents with the gun, is still at liberty – while the police beg for help to track down the suspect.

Detectives claim that the unidentified male suspect entered a house on May 17 in Munster, a southwestern suburb of Perth, after having been accessed through an unlocked door around 8:30 PM.

CCTV material captures the man, wearing a cap and hood, from the outside of the building before entering the door.

Once inside, he crawls past a six-year-old girl and her friend who both fell asleep in the living room.

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He then believed that he had been hiding in the parent's bedroom for about an hour while he waited for the adult occupants to go to sleep.

When the couple finally went to bed, the suspect would have threatened them with the knife and demanded the keys to their Toyota Corolla – while their 11-year-old son was watching.

The couple's daughter, awakened by the turmoil, hid in a locked bathroom.

CCTV footage (photo) captures the suspect creep past a six-year-old girl and her boyfriend who were both sleeping in the living room

CCTV footage (photo) captures the suspect creep past a six-year-old girl and her boyfriend who were both sleeping in the living room

The suspect then fled and was later seen at a gas station that filled the car tank (footage of camera images)

The suspect then fled and was later seen at a gas station that filled the car tank (footage of camera images)

The suspect then fled and was later seen at a gas station that filled the car tank (footage of camera images)

The police have released images of a man (photo) that they think are capable of helping with the investigation
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The police have released images of a man (photo) that they think are capable of helping with the investigation

The police have released images of a man (photo) that they think are capable of helping with the investigation

& # 39; He went into the house, went (straight on) to the children with his sword outside and made sure they were asleep, & # 39 ;, the male adult resident of the house said. WA today.

& # 39; We have not seen him; we just heard him at our door and he said, & # 39; you better come here or someone will get hurt & # 39 ;. & # 39;

The couple submitted to the man's demands and gave him the keys to their vehicle.

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The suspect then fled and was later seen at a gas station.

He was caught on CCTV and seemed calm when he paid for fuel.

But the Toyota Corolla was later burned out that same night around midnight in Port Kennedy.

Detectives have released an image of a man dressed in a black and gray hoodie that they think will be able to help with the investigation.

Anyone with information about this incident or with dash-cam images or camera surveillance of the area around the above time is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000 (CCTV footage)
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Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000 (CCTV footage)

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000 (CCTV footage)

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