Two Men Arrested in Isaacs, Extradited to Appear in New South Wales Court | Canberra weather

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Two men were extradited from ACT on Thursday to appear in local court in Queanbeyan, one of whom was wanted by police for the armed robbery of a jewelry store in western Sydney in December and kidnapping ulterior. The two men, one 29 and the other 30, were arrested in Isaacs on Wednesday. Items relevant to the investigation were also seized. Police alleged the older man was one of two attackers who used hammers to open a cabinet and steal jewelry and money from a Pendle Hill jewelry store on December 12. They fled in a Nissan Qashqai stolen from a Wentworthville address the day before. The 30-year-old was also allegedly involved in another incident later the same day in which a 49-year-old man was ambushed in a Wentworthville parking lot. The victim was stabbed twice in the leg, forced into the trunk of a Nissan and driven to a Seven Hills address. READ MORE FROM THE COURT NEWS: Victim was detained and forced to transfer money from his bank account. After several hours, he was released and notified the police. NSW Police formed Strike Force Lilley to investigate the incidents. It was also alleged that the older man, who has been charged with eight offenses, was involved in a riot at a Parklea correctional center in August 2021. The 29-year-old man was charged with six offenses related to a police chase and the injury of a police dog in the northwest of the state in April 2019. Our reporters work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:



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