NSW Police charge second man after girl shot in Sydney’s south


A second man has been charged over the taking pictures of a nine-year-old woman who police allege was intentionally focused at a house in Sydney’s south earlier this month.

The woman was sporting pyjamas and serving to her mom and siblings unpack groceries from a automobile outdoors the household’s residence in Connells Level simply earlier than 6pm on July 8 when she was shot within the hip.

The woman was rushed to hospital underneath police escort, the place she underwent inner surgical procedure and is now recovering.

State Crime Command director Grant Taylor informed reporters the next day {that a} stolen BMW with cloned quantity plates had been “mendacity in wait” when a person received out and “let a number of pictures go from a firearm within the route of the home in the direction of this household”.

A number of minutes after the taking pictures, the black BMW was set alight on Annette Road in close by Oatley.


Inside hours of the incident police arrested 34-year-old Mahmoud Rizk in Oatley, charging him with taking pictures with intent to homicide. He stays earlier than the courts.

Additional investigations underneath Strike Drive Camiri, established by the gang-busting Raptor Squad, led police to arrest a second man, 21-year-old Hassan Osseili, in Greenacre about 8pm on Tuesday.

He was taken to Bankstown police station and charged with taking pictures with intent to homicide, conspiracy to homicide, possessing an unregistered unauthorised pistol in a public place, and collaborating in a legal group.

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