$1200 grocery robbery at Coles Castle Hill

A 40-year-old Enmore woman has been charged with shoplifting $1200 of groceries from Castle Towers’ Coles on Saturday.

A loss prevention officer saw a woman place items — including Panadol, vitamins, gel and biscuits — in a cardboard box inside a trolley at 10.30am, and leave the store.

When asked to return to the store, the woman did.

She has since been banned from Castle Towers’ Coles for 12 months and Castle Hill Police officers have issued her with a field court attendance notice to appear at Parramatta Local Court on May 7.

A Kellyville resident chased the three men who stole a sports bag containing a tennis racquet from a BMW on Sunday.

The men were not caught but one was captured on CCTV.

He was wearing a light-coloured T-shirt and pants.

The black BMW was parked on Park Ridge Circuit when the incident happened at 2.20am.

Entry was gained to a North Rocks residence via a rear window on Saturday.

Rooms were rummaged through but nothing appears to have been taken from the North Rocks Road home.

The incident is believed to have taken place between 4.15pm and 10.30pm.

Three bottles of beer and a bottle of lemonade were stolen from a Castle Hill residence on Saturday.

Police said a witness saw two young men acting suspiciously around the Coolibah Street home but didn’t realise there had been a robbery.

The boys are described as 14 to 16 years, wearing black hoodies, with black backpacks.

A Kenthurst P-plate driver will go before Parramatta Local Court on May 12 after returning a positive alcohol breath test of 0.078 at Castle Hill Police station on Saturday.

The 18-year-old was initially stopped by Hills licensing police for a random breath test on Old Castle Hill Road, Castle Hill at 2am.

A 45-year-old Winston Hills man had his licence suspended after returning a mid-range breath test at Castle Hill Police station on Saturday.

He was driving west on Seven Hills Road, Baulkham Hills (near Arthur Street) when he was stopped for a random breath test at 4.45pm.

At the police station, his blood alcohol reading was 0.143.

He is due to appear at Parramatta Local Court on May 12.


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