Have you seen this man, missing from Ingleburn since Tuesday

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Police are appealing for public assistance to locate a man missing from South western Sydney.

Phul Singh, aged 68, was last seen at his home on Warbler Street, Ingleburn, about 4.30am on Tuesday.

He was reported missing to officers from Campbelltown City Police Area Command yesterday (Wednesday), after family had not seen him since.

Phul is described as being of Indian/Subcontinental appearance, about 170cm tall and of medium build, with black hair and brown eyes. He also normally wears glasses.

Police and family are concerned for his welfare as he lives with dementia.

Anyone who may have seen Phul or has information regarding is whereabouts is urged to contact Campbelltown Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


A man who has never held a driver’s licence faced Campbelltown Court today, charged following a pursuit earlier this month in an allegedly stolen car.

Just before 8.20am on March 11, officers attached to The Hume Police District’s Traffic and Highway Patrol Command allegedly detected a Holden Crewman utility travelling at 156km/h in a 110km/h signposted area along the Hume Motorway at Mittagong.

The driver allegedly failed to stop when directed and a pursuit was initiated; however, was terminated a short time later due to safety concerns.

Soon after, the vehicle was stopped on the exit ramp to the Illawarra Highway, Sutton Forest.

A 29-year-old man was arrested and underwent breath and drug tests; both of which returned negative results.

He was taken to Southern Highlands Police Station, before being taken to Bowral Hospital assessment under police guard.

He has since been released from hospital and taken back to the police station where he was charged with five offences, including speeding and receiving property stolen outside NSW.

He was refused bail to appear in Campbelltown Local Court today.

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