*A bus driver was robbed at knifepoint at Bidwill on Sunday night.The driver, 62 stopped the bus to pick up two men outside a Carlisle Avenue hotel at around 10am on Sunday night.
The men boarded the bus before one produced a knife and the other demanded the driver hand over cash.
The pair fled the scene.
The bus is being forensically examined today.
Mount detectives detectives are trying to identify and locate the offenders.
The first man was described as aged in his late 20s to early 30s, Caucasian, 180-185cm tall, medium build and short black hair.
He was wearing a dark-coloured, button-up long sleeved shirt, dark-coloured pants and sunglasses.
The second man was aged in his late 20s or early 30s, 175-180cm tall,medium build and short black hair, wearing a dark-coloured, button-up long-sleeved shirt, dark-coloured pants and sunglasses.
Anyone with information should call Mt Druitt Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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*A man was assaulted and robbed in Mount Druitt on Sunday night.
The man, 34, left his Mount Druitt home to walk to a friend’s house on Meacher Street at around 9.40pmHe was approached by a group of males sitting in a playground while walking through William Mason Reserve
The man was repeatedly punched and kicked and had his mobile phone stolen from his pocket.
His attackers fled the scene.
The victim went to his friend’s house for help, where he was then taken to hospital for swelling and abrasions to his face and a split lip.
Further investigations will be carried throughout the day to identify those involved.
Anyone who can help should contact Mt Druitt Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
*A man was threatened during a car jacking in Lethbridge Park early Sunday morning.
The man, 25 and his three-year-old daughter were getting into a car to leave a residential address at around 12.30am when two men, armed with metal poles and a knife, threatened the father demanding the keys to the white Mitsubishi Magna.
The man removed his daughter from the car before the two men drove away in it.
The victim and his daughter were not injured during the incident.
Mt Druitt Police appeal or anyone who may have information about the incident or the car to contact them.
*Police have charged a teenager with Skye’s Law following a pursuit in St Marys on Saturday.Highway patrol police patrolling Carpenter Street when they spotted an unregistered trail bike.
The bike performed a U-turn and when police signalled for it to stop it allegedly accelerated away.
Police pursued the bike through several streets before the bike went into the car park of a unit block.
They searched the area and after receiving information from the public, they found the rider on Francis Street.
Police chased the male on foot, and arrested him a short time later.
The bike was later found abandoned.
Police alleged it had been stolen from the local area.
The male, 17, was charged with fail to stop police pursuit (Skye’s Law) and goods in custody.
He was refused bail to appear at Parramatta Children’s Court at a later date.
*Robbery and Serious Crime Squad detectives have arrested four men for their alleged involvement in an armed robbery at Emerton post office in August.Strike Force McIlwraith was established to investigate a number of armed robberies against businesses in western Sydney.
It included a post office at Emerton on Thursday 2 August during which three males armed with two firearms and a knife stole an amount of cash before escaping in a sedan.
Two people were arrested about nine hours later by officers from the North-West Metropolitan Region’s Operation Countdown after a police pursuit with the sedan.
During investigations, detectives also uncovered an alleged conspiracy to rob an unknown licensed premises in the Mount Druitt area.
Robbery and Serious Crime Squad detectives with the assistance of Mount Druitt police arrested two men at their homes in Shalvey and Emerton last Thursday.
A shotgun and ammunition were located at the Emerton adressess.
Later that morning, detectives also executed search warrants at homes in Shalvey and Whalan. One man was subsequently arrested at Blacktown, whileanother was arrested at Minto.
A Shalvey man, 21, was charged with robbery while armed with a dangerous weapon, conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon, drive conveyance taken without consent of owner and steal property as a clerk or servant.
He was refused bail to appear in Penrith Local Court this Friday (October 12).An Emerton man,25, was charged with accessory before the fact to robbery whilst armed with a dangerous weapon; conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon; possess unauthorised firearm; not keep firearm safe; and two counts of possess ammunition.
He was refused bail to appear in Penrith Local Court at a later date.A Shalvey man, 20, was charged with robbery while armed with a dangerous weapon; conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon; and passenger conveyance taken without consent of owner.
A Whalan man, 22, was charged with robbery whilst armed with a dangerous weapon; and passenger conveyance taken without consent of owner.
Investigations by Strike Force McIlwraith are continuing.
Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000
*A Colyton man, 37, has been charged with driving in a dangerous manner, Skyes law and resisting police following a police pursuit on September 30.
Police allege a white Holden Commodore, driven by the man, was sighted in Blamey Street, Colyton at around 5.15pm
Highway patrol officers attempted to stop the car but it sped off.
Police followed the car through St Marys residential streets, which reached speeds of up to 130 km/h.
The pursuit was terminated before police sighted the car it Wooten Place, St Marys a short time lateer, where the man was seen running from the car.
Police pursued the man over a number of fences and he was located under a house.
The man resisted arrest and returned a negative breath test.
His licence was suspended immediately.
A female adult was the front passenger seat and three children in the rear seat aged 4, 2, and 4 weeks during the incident
The man will appear at Penrith Local Court later this month.