Incidents by suburb

Public safety incidents are organised by suburb, in alphabetical order. Use the shortcut links or scroll down.

Allambie Heights

  • Traffic. Just before 12.45pm Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Nyrang Road, Allambie Heights.
  • Theft. Just before 12.45am Sunday, 05 May, NSW Police responded to a report of an intruder at Condamine Street, Allambie Heights.
  • Traffic. Just after 12.15pm Tuesday, 07 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Smith Avenue, Allambie Heights.

Avalon Beach

  • Assault. Just after 2.45pm Sunday, 05 May, NSW Police and NSW Ambulance responded to a report of an alleged assault taking place at Careel Head Road, Avalon Beach. They found a 70-year-old man bleeding from a wound to the back of his head. Police were told an argument had occurred between the 70-year-old man and a man in his 50s after a minor vehicle collision in the car park of Careel Shopping Village. Police are investigating the incident and the older man was taken to Northern Beaches Hospital in a stable condition. Full story.
  • Hazard. Just before 8.00pm Sunday, 05 May, a car was reported stuck in knee deep water across the road at Barrenjoey Road, Avalon Beach, near Careel Head Road, during heavy rainfall. Firefighters from Avalon Station assisted the driver from the vehicle, but it had to be towed.
  • Rescue. Just before 8.45pm Sunday, 05 May, Fire and Rescue NSW Avalon Station, NSW Police, NSW Ambulance and NSW SES Warringah / Pittwater Unit responded to a large gum tree that fell onto a house at Kevin Avenue, Avalon Beach, during heavy rainfall. The tree caused significant damage to the property and brought down live powerlines. The occupants of the home, two parents with two small children were trapped inside the house until Ausgrid could turn off the power and allow emergency services to access them. The family were assessed by paramedics and the father and a baby were taken to Northern Beaches Hospital with minor injuries by NSW Ambulance. Full story.
  • Traffic. Just after 2.45pm Wednesday, 08 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Capua Place, Avalon Beach.
  • Theft. Shortly after 3.00pm Wednesday, 08 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at George Street, Avalon Beach.
  • Rescue. Just after 5.30pm Wednesday, 08 May, NSW Police were called to help release a child locked in a vehicle at Old Barrenjoey Road, Avalon Beach.
  • Theft. Just before 6.30pm Wednesday, 08 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Edwin Avenue, Avalon Beach.
  • Theft. Just before 10.30am Thursday, 09 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Edwin Avenue, Avalon Beach.

Balgowlah

  • Theft. Shortly after 7.00am Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police received a report of property stolen from a vehicle parked at Griffiths Street, Balgowlah.
  • Theft. Shortly after 5.30pm Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police responded to a report of an intruder at Sydney Road, Balgowlah.
  • Theft. Just before 10.45pm Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police received a report of property stolen from a vehicle parked at Waratah Street, Balgowlah.
  • Traffic. Shortly after 8.00pm Wednesday, 08 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Hill Street, Balgowlah.
  • Theft. Just after 11.00am Thursday, 09 May, NSW Police received a report of goods stolen from a store at Condamine Street, Balgowlah.

Balgowlah Heights

  • Traffic. Just before 7.45am Wednesday, 08 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Mulgowrie Crescent, Balgowlah Heights.

Bayview

  • Theft. Just after 10.15am Sunday, 05 May, Fire and Rescue NSW Mona Vale Station responded to what was believed to be a fire alarm at Pittwater Road, Bayview, but on arrival found it was a security alarm. They requested NSW Police to attend the incident to investigate.

Beacon Hill

 No incidents reported this week.

Belrose

  • Flooding. Just before 6.00am Monday, 06 May, NSW Police, Fire and Rescue NSW and NSW Rural Fire Service responded to a report of southbound lanes of Mona Vale Road blocked by flooding near St Ives Showgrounds. Firefighters cleared a drain to allow the water to escape, and the lanes were reopened around 7.00am.
  • Traffic. Shortly after 5.30pm Wednesday, 08 May, NSW Police received a report of a car driven into a tree at Forest Way, Belrose.
  • Traffic. Shortly before 8.00pm Friday, 10 May, NSW Police, NSW Ambulance and firefighters from Forestville Station responded to a single car collision into a parked car at Ashworth Avenue, Belrose. A 2001 Toyota Corolla driven by a red P-plate driver collided with a parked 2022 Volvo XC40, with the Toyota becoming wedged under the Volvo. The teenage male driver was able to safely get out of his vehicle. He was assessed by NSW Ambulance paramedics but was not injured and did not need to go to hospital. A tow truck was required to separate the two vehicles. Firefighters from Forestville Station checked for spills before they left the recovery of the vehicles in the hands of tow trucks. The young driver was left explaining to police how the cars came to be in that position.

Bilgola Beach

 No incidents reported this week.

Bilgola Plateau

  • Theft. Just before 9.30pm Wednesday, 08 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Raymond Road, Bilgola Plateau.

Brookvale

  • Theft. Just before 3.00pm Monday, 06 May, NSW Police received a report of property stolen from a vehicle parked at Old Pittwater Road, Brookvale.
  • Vandalism. Just before 5.30pm Monday, 06 May, NSW Police and firefighters from Manly Station responded to a report of a group of disorderly youths lighting a fire at the McDonalds Restaurant, Pittwater Road, Brookvale.
  • Theft. Just before 12.30am Tuesday, 07 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Old Pittwater Road, Brookvale.
  • Theft. Just after midday Tuesday, 07 May, NSW Police received a report of property stolen from a vehicle parked at Wattle Road, Brookvale.
  • Fire. Just before 9.30pm Wednesday, 08 May, emergency services responded to a report of flames coming from a dry-cleaning business at Old Pittwater Road, Brookvale. Firefighters from Dee Why Station were first on scene, escalating the response when they saw the scale of the blaze. Around 50 firefighters arrived to fight the fire, which continued to experience reignitions until Friday afternoon (10 May). In the wake of the fire, asbestos contamination concerns were raised over the roofing material, which had been broken and damaged in the fire. Full story.
  • Traffic. Just before 11.00am Thursday, 09 May, emergency services responded to a single vehicle collision into two pedestrians and a wall in a car park at Warringah Mall, Brookvale. Two elderly pedestrians were assessed by NSW Ambulance paramedics. A woman in her 70s was treated for facial injuries and an 84-year-old man was treated for significant lacerations, chest pain and a suspected broken leg. Both were taken to Royal North Shore Hospital. NSW Police confirmed they are investigating the incident. Full story.
  • Theft. Just after 1.30pm Friday, 10 May, NSW Police received a report of goods stolen from a store at Warringah Mall, Brookvale.
  • Disorder. Just before 9.30pm Friday, 10 May, NSW Police were called to assist a person who was intoxicated at Orchard Road, Brookvale.

Church Point

  • Theft. Shortly after 2.30pm Tuesday, 07 May, NSW Police received a report of property stolen from a vehicle parked at McCarrs Creek Road, Church Point.

Clareville

 No incidents reported this week.

Clontarf

 No incidents reported this week.

Collaroy

 No incidents reported this week.

Collaroy Plateau

  • Fire. Just after 9.15am Saturday, 04 May, Fire and Rescue NSW Dee Why Station came across a car with smoke coming from under its bonnet at Parkes Road, Collaroy Plateau. They used the hose reel on their truck to put out the smouldering fire.
  • Fire. Just after 7.15pm Monday, 06 May, Fire and Rescue NSW Narrabeen Station responded to a report of smoke coming from a home at Acacia Street, Collaroy Plateau. They found a fire had occurred in the kitchen of the home, but had been extinguished by the occupant using a fire extinguisher and fire blanket. Firefighters checked there was no further risk of fire and helped to clear smoke from the home with a high pressure fan.

Cottage Point

 No incidents reported this week.

Cromer

 No incidents reported this week.

Curl Curl

  • Theft. Just before 4.45am Friday, 10 May, NSW Police received a report of a vehicle stolen from where it had been parked at Lalchere Street, Curl Curl. Police spotted the stolen Porsche Macan and initiated a pursuit, catching it at Spit Road, Mosman. Inside the vehicle were seven occupants, all teenagers, six female and one male, who police allege was the driver. The teens were arrested and the majority have since been charged. Full story.

Davidson

 No incidents reported this week.

Dee Why

  • Disorder. Just before 3.30pm Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police were called to assist a person who was intoxicated at Howard Avenue, Dee Why.
  • Traffic. Just after 6.15pm Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Kalora Avenue, Dee Why.
  • Theft. Just after 7.45am Sunday, 05 May, NSW Police received a report of a vehicle stolen from where it had been parked at Howard Avenue, Dee Why.
  • Theft. Shortly before midday Sunday, 05 May, NSW Police received a report of goods stolen from a store at Pacific Parade, Dee Why.
  • Beach. Just before 12.30pm Sunday, 05 May, Northern Beaches Council Dee Why lifeguard provided first aid and requested a NSW Ambulance for a 32-year-old man who had been knocked unconscious in the surf after being hit in the head by a surfboard. The man told paramedics he had loss of sensation in his arms and was treated for a possible spinal injury and taken to Royal North Shore Hospital in a stable condition.
  • Fire. Just after 4.15pm Tuesday, 07 May, Fire and Rescue NSW Dee Why Station responded to smoke coming from the ground floor garage area of a three-storey unit block at Pacific Parade, Dee Why. Firefighters in breathing apparatus found the source of the fire to be a clothes dryer, which they extinguished using a hose line. A woman in her 30s was found to be suffering from mild smoke inhalation but declined NSW Ambulance assessment.
  • Traffic. Just before 8.15am Wednesday, 08 May, NSW Police and firefighters from Dee Why Station responded to a two-vehicle collision at Warringah Road, Dee Why, near May Road.
  • Traffic. Just before 4.30am Thursday, 09 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Fisher Road, Dee Why. No injuries were reported.
  • Vandalism. Shortly before 7.00pm Friday, 10 May, NSW Police received a report of property vandalised at Pacific Parade, Dee Why.

Duffys Forest

 No incidents reported this week.

Elanora Heights

 No incidents reported this week.

Fairlight

  • Theft. Just before 1.00pm Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police received a report of property stolen from a vehicle parked at Arthur Street, Fairlight.
  • Theft. Just after 3.30am Sunday, 05 May, NSW Police received a report of property stolen from a vehicle parked at Wattle Avenue, Fairlight.
  • Traffic. Just after 10.45pm Tuesday, 07 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Balgowlah Road, Fairlight. No injuries were reported.

Forestville

  • Traffic. Just after 3.45pm Sunday, 05 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Warringah Road, Forestville.
  • Traffic. Just after 3.15pm Friday, 10 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Warringah Road, Forestville.

Frenchs Forest

  • Disorder. Just after 12.30pm Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police received a report of activity involving drugs at Frenchs Forest Road West, Frenchs Forest.
  • Traffic. Just after 7.00pm Sunday, 05 May, NSW Police and NSW Ambulance responded to a two-car collision at the Wakehurst Parkway, Frenchs Forest, near Warringah Road. Paramedics assessed three occupants of the vehicles but no injuries were reported.

Freshwater

  • Theft. Just before 11.45pm Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police received a report of property stolen from premises at Wyadra Avenue, Freshwater.
  • Theft. Just before 6.30pm Tuesday, 07 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Waratah Street, Freshwater.
  • Disorder. Just after 10.15pm Friday, 10 May, NSW Police received a report of a group of disorderly youths gathered near Albert Street, Freshwater.

Ingleside

  • Traffic. Just after 2.15pm Tuesday, 07 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Mona Vale Road, Ingleside, near Powderworks Road. No injuries were reported but firefighters from Terrey Hills Rural Fire Brigade had to neutralise an oil spill on the road, and westbound traffic was delayed until the road could be reopened just after 3.00pm.
  • Traffic. Just before 8.30am Friday, 10 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Wattle Road, Ingleside.

Killarney Heights

  • Theft. Just before 10.30am Thursday, 09 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Starkey Street, Killarney Heights.

Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

 No incidents reported this week.

Manly

  • Theft. Just after 5.15am Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Pacific Street, Manly.
  • Theft. Just before 9.00am Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police received a report of property stolen from a vehicle parked at Pittwater Road, Manly.
  • Disorder. Just before 4.15pm Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police were called to assist a person who was intoxicated at The Corso, Manly.
  • Theft. Just after 9.45am Sunday, 05 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Pittwater Road, Manly.
  • Theft. Just after 7.15pm Sunday, 05 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Pittwater Road, Manly.
  • Traffic. Just after 8.30pm Sunday, 05 May, NSW Police and NSW Ambulance paramedics responded to a report of a pedestrian hit by a car at Whistler Street, Manly, near Pine Street. Paramedics treated a woman in her 20s and took her to hospital in a stable condition. Police spoke with a man in his 40s who was the driver of a white 2005 Camry involved in the incident but after investigating the scene, it is understood no further action was taken.

 

  • Theft. Just before 11.45pm Sunday, 05 May, NSW Police received a report of goods stolen from commercial premises at The Corso, Manly.
  • Flooding. Just after 7.15am Monday, 06 May, Live Traffic NSW reported flooding across Balgowlah Road, Manly, between Pittwater Road and Francis Street. The road was reopened shortly before 8.00am.
  • Theft. Just after 12.30pm Monday, 06 May, NSW Police received a report of property stolen from a vehicle parked at Pittwater Road, Manly.
  • Theft. Just before 12.45pm Monday, 06 May, NSW Police received a report of property stolen from a vehicle parked at Whistler Street, Manly.
  • Theft. Shortly before 2.00pm Monday, 06 May, NSW Police received a report of goods stolen from a store at Pittwater Road, Manly.
  • Theft. Just after 5.30pm Tuesday, 07 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Pittwater Road, Manly.
  • Theft. Just after 10.30am Wednesday, 08 May, NSW Police received a report of goods stolen from a store at Wentworth Street, Manly.
  • Rescue. Just before 10.45am Wednesday, 08 May, NSW Police were called to help release a child locked in a vehicle at the Manly Andrew ‘Boy’ Charlton Aquatic Centre, Kenneth Road, Manly.
  • Theft. Just before 2.00am Thursday, 09 May, NSW Police responded to a report of an intruder at Bower Street, Manly.
  • Theft. Just after 6.00am Thursday, 09 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Wentworth Street, Manly.
  • Disorder. Just after 5.15pm Thursday, 09 May, NSW Police were called to assist a person who was intoxicated at Pacific Parade, Manly.
  • Theft. Just before 8.00pm Thursday, 09 May, NSW Police responded to a report of an intruder at Stuart Street, Manly.

Manly Vale

  • Rescue. Just after 5.00pm Tuesday, 07 May, Fire and Rescue NSW Manly Station assisted to release a youth who had become trapped inside a fenced area at Condamine Street, Manly Vale.

Mona Vale

  • Traffic. Just before 1.00am Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Waterview Street, Mona Vale.
  • Assault. Just before 2.45am Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police were called to a report of a person assaulted at Park Street, Mona Vale.
  • Traffic. Just after 8.45am Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Pittwater Road, Mona Vale.
  • Traffic. Just after 9.30am Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police, NSW Ambulance and firefighters from Mona Vale Station responded to a single car collision at Bungan Lane, Mona Vale. Paramedics treated the elderly male driver for minor injuries and took him to Northern Beaches Hospital.
  • Hazard. Just after 7.30am Monday, 06 May, Fire and Rescue NSW Mona Vale Station responded to a report of a large gum tree fallen at a property at Orana Road, Mona Vale. Access to a granny flat had been cut off and firefighters cleared a path using a saw. The owners were advised to contact a tree removal contractor to cut up and remove the rest of the tree.
  • Traffic. Shortly before 7.30pm Wednesday, 08 May, Live Traffic NSW reported a single car collision at Barrenjoey Road, Mona Vale, near Park Street. Northbound traffic was delayed for half an hour until the vehicle was towed.
  • Injury. Just after 10.15am Thursday, 09 May, a senior NSW Ambulance paramedic was waved down at Bungan Street, Mona Vale. He treated a 55-year-old woman who had tripped and hit her head, receiving a cut above her left eyebrow. She took herself to the Mona Vale Urgent Care Centre for further treatment.
  • Theft. Just before 5.00pm Friday, 10 May, NSW Police received a report of goods stolen from a store at Park Street, Mona Vale.
  • Disorder. Just after 5.00pm Friday, 10 May, NSW Police received a report of a group of disorderly youths gathered near Mona Vale Road, Mona Vale.

Narrabeen

  • Theft. Just after 3.00pm Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police responded to a report of an intruder at Veterans Parade, Narrabeen.
  • Traffic. Just after 3.45pm Monday, 06 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Devitt Street, Narrabeen.
  • Theft. Just after 11.00am Friday, 10 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at King Street, Narrabeen.

Narraweena

  • Disorder. Just before 6.30pm Tuesday, 07 May, NSW Police were called to assist a person who was intoxicated at Alfred Street, Narraweena.
  • Traffic. Just after 6.45pm Thursday, 09 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Alfred Street, Narraweena.
  • Traffic. Just before 9.45pm Friday, 10 May, NSW Police responded to a single vehicle collision into a parked car at McIntosh Road, Narraweena, near Creer Place. The elderly female driver was given first aid treatment for a laceration but declined further assessment by NSW Ambulance. Both vehicles were towed.
single vehicle collision into a parked car at McIntosh Road, Narraweena, near Creer Place

Newport

  • Disorder. Just before 12.15am Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police received a report of a group of disorderly youths gathered near Beaconsfield Street, Newport.
  • Traffic. Just before 9.45am Saturday, 04 May, NSW Police and NSW Ambulance responded to a report of two girls hit by a car at Coles Parade, Newport. Paramedics assessed both of the primary-aged girls who were hit by the car at moderate speed, coming through a traffic light. One of the girls was treated for injuries to her arm and the other for injuries to her head. The first girl was taken to Northern Beaches Hospital, and the second was taken to The Children’s Hospital, Randwick. Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident.
  • Beach. Just before 10.00am Saturday, 04 May, Surf Life Saving NSW Newport patrol requested a NSW Ambulance for a club member injured during training. A NSW Ambulance Extended Care Paramedic who had been assisting at a nearby traffic incident was able to treat the 18-year-old man for a dislocated shoulder, and he did not need to be taken to hospital.
  • Hazard. Just after 9.15am Monday, 06 May, NSW Police and firefighters from Mona Vale Station responded to a report of powerlines down at Grandview Drive, Newport. A power pole was found leaning across the road, which was closed for several hours until Ausgrid could attend and complete a repair.
  • Theft. Just before 10.45am Monday, 06 May, NSW Police received a report of a vehicle stolen from where it had been parked at Attunga Road, Newport.
  • Hazard. Just after 1.00pm Monday, 06 May, Fire and Rescue NSW Mona Vale Station responded to a report of powerlines hanging low over the roadway at Bardo Road, Newport. They established an exclusion zone until Ausgrid could remove the danger just before 2.00pm.
  • Theft. Shortly before 10.30am Tuesday, 07 May, NSW Police received a report of a vehicle stolen from where it had been parked at Coles Parade, Newport.

North Balgowlah

 No incidents reported this week.

North Curl Curl

  • Traffic. Just after 5.30pm Friday, 10 May, NSW Police, NSW Ambulance and firefighters from Dee Why Station responded to a large truck with a crane caught in powerlines at Pitt Road, North Curl Curl, near Huston Parade. The crane was in the upright position when it collided with overhead wires. The driver was not injured but was trapped in the vehicle for a short time over concerns the wires may be live powerlines. It was determined the wires were low voltage telecommunications lines and did not pose a danger of electrocution. Pitt Road was closed until 6.15pm while emergency services untangled the wires from the crane.
  • Disorder. Just before 6.30pm Friday, 10 May, NSW Police received a report of a group of disorderly youths gathered near Griffin Road, North Curl Curl.

North Manly

  • Traffic. Just before 10.30am Wednesday, 08 May, emergency services responded to a three-car collision at Pittwater Road, North Manly, near Girard Street. The occupants of the vehicles were assessed by NSW Ambulance paramedics, with one receiving treatment for an abrasion to an arm, but nobody was taken to hospital. Firefighters from Dee Why Station assisted to clear fluid and debris from the road. Southbound traffic was delayed for a short time.
  • Theft. Just before 10.00am Thursday, 09 May, NSW Police received a report of a person caught shoplifting at Pittwater Road, North Manly.

North Narrabeen

  • Traffic. Just after 9.45am Sunday, 05 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Garden Street, North Narrabeen.
  • Assault. Just after 8.30am Monday, 06 May, NSW Police were called to a report of a person assaulted at business premises at Pittwater Road, North Narrabeen.
  • Theft. Just after 7.00pm Monday, 06 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Warraba Road, North Narrabeen.
  • Theft. Just after 8.45pm Monday, 06 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Garden Street, North Narrabeen.
  • Theft. Just after 9.15pm Monday, 06 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at Warraba Road, North Narrabeen.
  • Traffic. Just before 6.30am Wednesday, 08 May, NSW Police received a report of a two-car collision at Pittwater Road, North Narrabeen, near Gondola Road. Northbound traffic was delayed for half an hour.

Offshore communities

 No incidents reported this week.

Oxford Falls

  • Flooding. Just before 6.00am Monday, 06 May, Live Traffic NSW reported that heavy rainfall had resulted in flooding at the Wakehurst Parkway between Oxford Falls and Narrabeen. The road remained closed until just after 1.30pm Tuesday, 07 May.

Palm Beach

 No incidents reported this week.

Queenscliff

 No incidents reported this week.

Seaforth

 No incidents reported this week.

Terrey Hills

  • Traffic. Just before 9.30am Tuesday, 07 May, NSW Police, NSW Ambulance, Terrey Hills Rural Fire Brigade and firefighters from Gordon Station responded to a three-car collision at Mona Vale Road, Terrey Hills, near Aumuna Road. A 75-year-old man was trapped in his car as a result of the collision. Paramedics were able to speak with the man, who did not appear injured, but was unable to get out of the vehicle. Specialist rescue firefighters from Gordon Station cut the side off the man’s vehicle to release him. He was assessed by paramedics, treated for chest pain and taken to Royal North Shore Hospital in a stable condition. Westbound traffic on Mona Vale Road was delayed by the incident until the road was cleared and vehicles towed, just after 11.00am.
  • Traffic. Shortly before 12.30pm Tuesday, 07 May, NSW Police received a report of a motor vehicle accident at Moolah Road, Terrey Hills.

Warriewood

  • Fire. Shortly after 10.30am Saturday, 04 May, Fire and Rescue NSW Mona Vale Station responded to a fire alarm at an aged care facility at Macpherson Street, Warriewood. They found the alarm was not properly functioning, and contacted the servicing company to conduct a repair.
  • Theft. Just before 6.30pm Tuesday, 07 May, NSW Police received a report of goods stolen from a store at Warriewood Square, Jacksons Road, Warriewood.

Whale Beach

No incidents reported this week.

Wheeler Heights

  • Traffic. Just after 9.00pm Tuesday, 07 May, a car rolled after colliding with three parked cars at Penrith Avenue, Wheeler Heights. A Queensland registered 2003 Nissan X-Trail with two occupants was found on its side by NSW Police, NSW Ambulance and firefighters from Dee Why and Narrabeen Stations. The male and female occupants of the vehicle, both in their 20s, were able to get themselves out of their overturned car. They were assessed by NSW Ambulance paramedics and taken to hospital with minor injuries. NSW Police are investigating the cause of the incident.
  • Theft. Just after 6.45pm Thursday, 09 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at South Creek Road, Wheeler Heights.
  • Theft. Just before 8.45pm Thursday, 09 May, NSW Police were called to investigate a break-in at South Creek Road, Wheeler Heights.

Images: Northern Beaches Advocate, Fire and Rescue NSW, Luke Gavahan

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