Upset over parcel
Two men caused $200 worth of damage to Kenthurst Post Office on Friday after being told they couldn’t receive their mail without identification.
The men entered the store after 2pm and allegedly became violent and abusive to staff when they couldn’t take their parcel. After a short argument with staff the men pushed over a shelf and left.
Help find missing man
Police are calling on the public to find Matthew Allen, 18 (pictured above).
Mr Allen is described as 185 centimetres tall, medium build, about 85 kilograms with fair skin, blue eyes, and dark brown hair.
He wore blue jeans, white joggers and a black T-shirt. Mr Allen attends Castle Hill TAFE and is known to frequent the Castle Hill CBD.
He was last seen on November 27 when he left his home in Westleigh. Police have serious concerns for Mr Allen’s welfare. Details: Hornsby police station on 9476 9708.
Theft from vehicle
Police are reminding Christmas shoppers not to leave valuables in their vehicles following a $1685 robbery at Castle Towers. Thieves forced open a door of a Toyota Camry and stole a laptop, iPad, clothing and Xbox games.
A Baulkham Hills pedestrian was lucky to escape serious injury on Monday when he was hit by a car trying to cross Seven Hills Road. Police said the man was under the influence of alcohol when he stepped out into the path of a car. The car’s mirror struck him, knocking him to the ground.
He suffered minor injuries and cuts. Police said the man may be fined.
Two motorists were each fined $799 on the weekend for speeding more than 30 km over the speed limit in Kellyville.
On Saturday a Castle Hill man, 35, was clocked driving at 100 km/h in a 60 km/h speed zone. The next day police fined a Narwee man, 24, for driving 99 km/h in a 60 km/h zone.
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