Investigation under way after home invasion at Campbelltown

Police are investigating an aggravated break and enter at a home in Sydney’s South overnight.

About 12.15am (Thursday 27 February 2020), two men were woken by their dogs barking in Centaurus Street, Campbelltown.

One of the men went to the rear of the house and has checked why the dogs were barking and was confronted by two men and a woman armed with what appeared to be a firearm and knives.

The group have demanded money before leaving with cash, watches, mobile phones and a 2016 black Mercedes C63 coupe, registration AMGRP.

Officers from Campbelltown City Police Area Command attended and established a crime scene, which has been examined by specialist forensic officers.

Local detectives also attended the home and commenced an investigation into the incident.

Police have been told one man is described as Pacific Islander/Moari in appearance, 185cm tall, with a solid build wearing dark hooded jumper and dark pants. The second man and woman were both described as Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander in appearance with a thin build, 165cm tall and at the time were wearing dark clothing.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or Information is treated in strict confidence.

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