Police have released an image of a man, believed to be on the run, following a terrifying home invasion in Sydney last month.
Detectives said that around 8.45pm on Monday 31 October, a man broke into a home at Lurnea and confronted a 78-year-old woman.
He then produced a knife and threatened the woman before stealing her purse containing the keys to her white Ford Fiesta.
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The man then drove off from the home in the woman’s car.
Following investigations, Liverpool detectives have now issued a warrant for the arrest of Mohsen Khalili, aged 30.
He is described as Middle Eastern/Mediterranean in appearance, 185cm tall with a medium build and an olive complexion.
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It’s believed he has a scar about 5cm in length on his inner left wrist and a mole on the right side of his neck.
Police believe Mohsen Khalili may be residing, or frequenting, Sydney’s south-western suburbs including Miller, Liverpool and Fairfield.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Liverpool Police Station on 02 9765 9499 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.