Two robberies in Rouse Hill this week could be unusually linked, police said.
The first, in Augusta Circuit, occurred between 11.30pm, Wednesday and 3.45am the following morning.
Thieves stole a $900 iPad, a $750 G-Tecta gas detector and a Leatherman (multi-tool) worth $100 from a 2009 blue Toyota Hilux.
Police said it was not known how they opened the car.
The second robbery took place in Greensborough Avenue between 7.30pm, Wednesday and 6.30am the next day.
The thieves tried to force their way into a premises, but failed and broke into a trailer instead, stealing some remote control cars.
However, the iPad and the Leatherman stolen from Augusta Circuit were found in Greensborough Avenue at 9.30am.
Police said it was possible the same thieves were responsible for both robberies.
An aggravated break-and-enter took place in Liberty Way, Kellyville on Sunday evening or Monday morning.
Between 10pm, Sunday and 3am the next morning, a thief or thieves forced their way in through the premises’ ground floor rear door.
They got away with a laptop, a wallet, two handbags and sunglasses worth $1150, before a dog barked and woke residents sleeping upstairs.
They told police they found the downstairs open and their property missing. Anyone with any information is urged to contact The Hills police.
A man threatened staff and stole money from a 7-Eleven service station in Quakers Hill on Sunday.
The robbery took place in Lalor Road about 10.10pm.
Police said the employee who was threatened was not hurt during the robbery.
No description of the robber isavailable.
Police are investigating and urged anyone with any information to contact Quakers Hill detectives on 9678 8999 or Crime Stoppers.
A one-punch-assault seriously injured a young man in Blacktown on Wednesday.
Police said the 22-year-old was approached by another young man in Westpoint Shopping Centre about 11.45am.
They allege the other man punched him, causing him to fall backwards and strike his head on the floor.
He suffered a fractured skull and other injuries and was rushed to Westmead Hospital. His condition was described as serious but stable.
An 18-year-old man is assisting police with the investigation.
A young male with developmental delay was robbed in Blacktown last Tuesday. Police said the 16-year-old, who also has ADHD, met with a group of other young people at the Patrick Street entrance to Westpoint Shopping Centre in the afternoon.
Another male in the group allegedly demanded he hand over some money or he would hit him.
He handedover $50 after more threats were made.
Police are treating the incident as a robbery and urged anyone with any information to call Blacktown detectives.
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