The male will face justice in Sydney, indicted of attempting to intimately attack a lady after a home invasion.
Investigators began sport for a antagonist who allegedly threatened and physically assaulted a 22-year-old lady in Ashfield on Tuesday, withdrawal her with a teenager cut to her hand, military say.
The lady fought behind opposite a man, lifting a alarm and alerting her housemate before he fled a scene.
After a incident, NSW Police appealed to a open to assistance find a man, describing him as: “Of Asian appearance, presumably in his 20s, about 175cm tall, with a slim to middle build, wearing a hooded jumper, black tracksuit pants, and sandals.”
The male allegedly left with a woman’s phone, that he used to entrance her accounts and send income to himself.
Police arrested a 21-year-old Malaysian inhabitant in Ashfield during around 9am yesterday morning.
He’s confronting a fibre of charges including attempted aggravated passionate assault, mangle and enter with intent, aggravated spoliation and choking a chairman with a vigilant of committing an indictable offence.
The male was refused bail and is due to seem during Parramatta Bail Court on Sunday.