Don't leave in the dark: suburb in western Sydney & # 39; under fire & # 39; while police give grim warning to locals, while the Pacific Islanders gang revolts
- Residents in the worst hotspot robbery in NSW have received a grim warning
- They were told not to leave their home after 9 p.m. or to wear headphones from the police
- The police were beaten because they told innocent people that they had to take care of crime
Residents have been warned to stay home overnight and not to wear headphones in the western suburbs of Sydney after a series of robberies.
Nearly 30 men under 25 were charged this year for 77 robberies in Fairfield and surrounding suburbs.
The police have formed an assault force to tackle the crime wave and say that a majority of young criminals are associated with a gang of Pacific Islanders from Bossley Park.
Fairfield Police Area Command Superintendent Peter Lennon has alerted residents to avoid unlit areas at night and urged parents to force curfew for their children.
Residents have been warned to stay home overnight and not to wear headphones in the western suburbs of Sydney that have been hit by 77 robberies this year (stock image)
There were 13 robberies in the surrounding areas of Fairfield, such as Bossley Park, Greenfield Park and Cabramatta in April.
& # 39; A majority of them (suspected suspicion) are under 25, & # 39; said Chief Inspector Lennon, according to the Daily telegram.
& # 39; They are local youngsters, we know who they are and we try to divide them into groups, so they don't stop to think about who they are going to rob. & # 39;
According to Superintendent Lennon, people in the vicinity of shopping centers, skate parks, train stations and bus stops are at risk.
A person was ambushed by a man who was handling a knife in the Bonnyrigg Heights skate park.
& # 39; They are children, but they are mature enough to see and grab a phone or pair of shoes or a wallet, & # 39; he said.
On 5 May a shooter tried to rob a Dominos Pizzeria in the nearby Edensor park.
The Bossley Park Sporting club was the target of a man who wielded a saw-down shotgun on 7 April.
Fairfield Police Area Command Superintendent Peter Lennon's & (39) pictured suggestion for a curfew has been thrown by residents for suggesting that they change their way of fear
Chief Inspector Lennon advised parents in the area to keep their children at home before 9 p.m.
& # 39; The police could not run a witness race. If they can't control the streets, what can they do? & # 39; said a man on Facebook.
& # 39; So to tackle the crime wave, everyone just stays inside, & # 39; another man said.
& # 39; This is so sad, to live in a world where you don't even & # 39; can walk at night, & a woman said.
Others have supported the suggestion of the police that people should stay home overnight.
& # 39; Just right, teenagers have to be home again after nine and study for their future education. Don't wander the streets and cause problems, & another woman said.
A person was ambushed by a man who was sitting with a knife in the skate park Bonnyrigg Heights (photo). People in the vicinity of shopping centers, train stations and bus stops are also at risk
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