Appeal for assistance after drug laboratory located - Liverpool
Wednesday, 27 July 2022 12:51:02 AM
PLEASE NOTE: Images of the vehicle along with two men and a woman who may be able to assist police with their inquiries has been posted on the NSWPF social media pages.
Police have released images of a vehicle, two men and a woman as part of an investigation into an alleged drug laboratory that caused a fire in a unit in southwest Sydney earlier this month.
About 8.20pm on Tuesday 12 July 2022, emergency services responded to reports of a fire at a unit on Shepherd Street, Liverpool.
Fire and Rescue NSW extinguished the fire – that was confined to the unit causing moderate damage – where a large quantity of methyl-amphetamine and drug processing equipment was located.
The methyl-amphetamine has an estimated street value of $6million.
Officers from Liverpool City Police Area Command secured a crime scene that was examined by specialist police.
Detectives commenced an investigation under Strike Force Whitehouse.
As investigations continue detectives have released images of two men and a woman who maybe able to assist with inquiries.
The first male is described as being of Caucasian appearance, in his mid-20s, of medium build, with short dark hair and beard. He was wearing a pink hooded jumper, grey sweatpants and white sneakers.
The second male is described as being of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, in his mid-20s, of medium build, with short dark hair and beard. He was wearing a white t-shirt, grey shorts and white sneakers.
The female is described as being of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, in her mid-20s, of medium build, with long dark straight hair. She was wearing a black t-shirt, grey tights and white sneakers
Police have also released an image of a red MG3 displaying green P plates.
Anyone who maybe to identify either the two men, the woman or the vehicle is urged to contact Liverpool Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Anyone with information about this incident 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.