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Road Rage Incident Escalates After Gun is Produced in Sydney’s South-West

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A road rage incident at the intersection of Mill Road and Charles Street, Liverpool escalated after a man produced a gun. A white Toyota Corolla and a Grey Suzuki Baleno stopped at the intersection just before 3pm on Sunday, 17th April 2022, and the occupants of both vehicles began to argue. A male passenger from the Toyota produced a firearm before the driver and passenger of the Suzuki disarmed him in a violent scuffle. They took the firearm and returned to their car. The Suzuki then left the scene.

The incident was captured by a witness on camera.

Police were told that a man and a woman in a white Toyota Corolla and two men in a grey Suzuki Baleno were fighting in the street.

Images from the scene show a man dressed in white lying in the gutter while a man in a blue basketball singlet stands nearby, appearing to hold the weapon.


Inquiries by police have revealed that the Suzuki was last seen traveling along Charles Street before it turned onto Atkinson Street. It was discovered to be a hire vehicle, and it has now been seized by police after it was left unattended in the car park of a hotel on Hoxton Park Road.

Strike Force Warrawillan has been launched after a passer-by reported the incident.

Police are searching for any other witnesses who may have information.

Descriptions have been released of the four people involved. Police believe they may be able to assist them with their investigations and provide further information.

Details that were released are as follows:

  • A man with a partly shaven head, wearing a blue basketball singlet, dark pants, and light-coloured sneakers.
  • A man wearing a yellow-coloured T-shirt with light pants and black sneakers.
  • A man wearing a white hoodie with white shorts and white shoes.
  • A woman with long brown hair wearing a light-coloured jumper, white long pants and white sneakers.

Photos have also been released:
 

Police are urging anybody with information to contact crime stoppers on 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au

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