Castle Hill police seek witnesses to an alleged assault at a hotel in Rouse Hill last weekend.
Police said a 22-year-old man from South Windsor received a broken jaw at The Mean Fiddler about 3am on Saturday, September 7.
‘‘He says he was on the dance floor when he was approached by two males and, without warning, punched in the left side of his lower jaw,’’ police said.
The man was hospitalised and received 14 stitches. Plates and pins were also inserted in his jaw.
‘‘Security staff were spoken to, however he had difficulty communicating,’’ police said.
‘‘Only yesterday (Sunday) did he report the matter to Windsor police.’’
Police are reviewing video footage from the night.
They do not have a description of the offenders at this stage.
Information: Castle Hill police on 9680 5399, or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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Kellyville man punched in the head
Police seek witnesses to an assault in Langford Smith Close, Kellyville.
It is alleged a man, 48, had arrived home by car about 8.15pm on Friday when he noticed a black ute parked behind him.
Two men approached and began punching him in the head.
He told police he pushed them away and ran up a laneway to Green Road where the pair caught up with him and pushed him to the ground.
Police say the man then yelled loudly and the offenders left.
The man's injuries included a cut upper lip, pain to his left forearm and left ring finger and soreness to the head.
The two offenders were described as being of Middle Eastern appearance.
One was 40 to 50 years old, 170 centimetres tall, of solid build, wearing a beige jacket. The other was 20 to 25, 187 centimetres, wearing a black jacket and black pants.
Graffiti vandals attack building site
The walls within a Beaumont Hills building site were vandalised with obscenities between 4.30pm on Thursday and 7am on Friday.
Police said black marker was used to write offensive language on the walls.
Police said the offenders used an angle grinder to cut a lock and gain entry to the building site on the corner of Samantha Riley Drive and Windsor Road.
There were signs of rummaging through the property and shed, but it’s not yet clear if anything was taken.
Unwanted paint job
Purple paint was thrown over two vehicles owned by the same family in Carlingford on Friday.
Police say paint was thrown over the roof and rear side panels of a Toyota Hilux and also onto a red Holden Commodore utility between 5.30am and 7pm.
Both vehicles had been parked on the footpath in Shirley Street.
Three cars were broken into in Castle Hill between Thursday and Friday.
The owners of the cars in Cynthia Avenue said they had locked the vehicles but police say there was no damage to the locks.
The rear offside window of a yellow Mazda was smashed in Anella Avenue. Police are viewing video footage.
Nothing was stolen from any of the cars.
Only one person was caught drink-driving in the Hills on the weekend.
Police say a man, 19, from St Marys, was stopped at 2.30am on Saturday on Windsor Road, Rouse Hill.
The man, who holds a P2 provisional driver's licence, returned a mid-range blood alcohol reading of 0.090 at Castle Hill police station.
Police suspended his licence.
He is due to appear at Parramatta Court on October 21.
Luxury items stolen
A $55,000 Audi A4, two tablets and a Rolex watch were stolen from a house in Patterson Avenue, Kellyville, on Monday, August 26, between 11.10am and 2.25pm.
Police said a ground floor window was jimmied open.
A set of keys was taken and used to open the locked garage door.
The registration number of the black Audi A4 is BVH 50Q.
An iPod, cash and two bottles of vodka were also stolen from the residence, police said.