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Police appeal for information following attack on woman in Sydney CBD overnight

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Jenny ElHassan – a Tic Tok celebrity has been named as the victim of the alleged targeted acid attack in Sydney on Good Friday. Caught on film shortly after the attack, ElHassan could be seen with her sister screaming for water as dozens of diners came to her aid before a paramedic provided first aid. Fearful of losing her eyesight, ElHassan kept her fans informed of her progress from the hospital. She has since been released.

Police are interested in a black Mazda CX5 or CX7.

Jenny ElHassan has called out Sydney’s underworld via social media, including on the morning of the attack when she said she was not scared of them. This is one of many potential lines of investigation police are now following.

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A 32-year-old sought refuge in a Dixon Street, Haymarket restaurant on Good Friday (15 April 2022) after having acid thrown at her face.

The woman was standing outside a restaurant in the Dixon Street Mall at around 11:15 pm when a black hatchback pulled alongside, and three masked men got out of the vehicle throwing what is believed to be acid at the woman’s face before getting back in the vehicle and driving off along Dixon Street.

The woman received first aid for facial burns before being taken to the Royal North Shore Hospital for treatment of facial injuries.

Police established a crime scene, and the substance was assessed by NSW Fire and Rescue HAZMAT crews.

Detectives from Sydney City Police Area Command are investigating the circumstances surrounding what is believed to have been a targeted attack.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report information via NSW Police social media pages.

A 32 year old woman sought refuge in a Dixon Street Haymarket restaurant on Good Friday (15 April 2022) after having acid thrown at her face.

The woman was standing outside a restaurant in the Dixon Street Mall at around 11:15pm when a black hatchback pulled alongside, and three masked men got out of the vehicle before throwing what is believed to be acid at the woman’s face before getting back in the vehicle and driving off along Dixon Street.

The woman received first aid for facial burns before being taken to the Royal North Shore Hospital for treatment of facial injuries.

Police established a crime scene, and the substance was assessed by NSW Fire and Rescue HAZMAT crews.

Detectives from Sydney City Police Area Command are investigating the circumstances surrounding what is believed to have been a targeted attack.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au Information is treated with strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report information via NSW Police social media pages.

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