POLICE are hunting for two boys who caused about $10,000 worth of damage at a Quakers Hill secondary school on Sunday.
A spokesman said they smashed windows and doors, damaged furniture and equipment and splashed paint and graffiti in several classrooms at Quakers Hill High at 7.30am.
He said a security guard saw two boys aged about 16 and 10 running away when he responded to the security alarm.
The first boy is about 187cm tall, thin build, and has light brown hair while the second boy is about 150cm tall and medium build.
In other police news:
Punched and kicked
TWO men attacked a resident after an argument in a house in Blacktown last Monday.
They dragged the victim outside the house at Blacktown Road before they punched and kicked him and then hit him with a metal pole at around 9pm.
The two men then drove away.
One of the men is known to the victim.
Anyone with more information should contact Blacktown police on 96719199.
POLICE have arrested one of three boys who robbed a woman near Seven Hills train station last month.
They picked a 16-year-old boy from a house at Toongabbie last Thursday.
He was charged with robbing the Seven Hills woman and and will appear before the Parramatta Children’s Court on April 13.
Police said the woman was on her way to the railway station on February 28 when she was approached by the suspect and two others.
Police allege the two boys walked past the woman while the suspect grabbed her handbag and ran away.
Drug equipment found
POLICE found illegal drugs and their paraphernalia in a car after they responded to an assault case at Eastern Creek last Wednesday.
An ACT man, 35, was punched and kicked by two men outside a hotel at 12.50pm.
They fled from the scene before the arrival of the police who found the items in a car with the help of a police dog.
Weapon was a pole
AN off-duty police officer arrested a 37-year-old Lalor Park man who was assaulting a man with a metal pole last Friday.
The officer went to the aid of a 25-year-old Blacktown man and held the offender until other police officers arrived at Blacktown train station at 6.50am.
The offender was taken to Blacktown hospital.
A BOY, 14, was indecently assaulted by a man who lured him from his house in Blacktown last Saturday.
Police said the boy was standing outside his house when he was approached by a man in a four-wheel drive vehicle at about 4pm.
Police said the boy was lured to a track off Holbeche Road, near Bungaribee Creek.
The man indecently assaulted the boy before a nearby shopkeeper contacted police.
He is described as of being of Indian appearance with a dark complexion, aged in his early 20s, 170cm tall with a muscular build, short black hair, a beard and a moustache.
At the time of the incident he was wearing a light blue collared shirt and black pants and his vehicle is described as silver with white registration plates with black writing.
FOUR teenagers caused water damage to a shopping centre in Blacktown by turning on a fire hydrant hose at 11am last Wednesday.
Staff informed security guards of dripping water from the ceiling when they arrived.
Security guards found the four juveniles in another part of the shopping centre and called police.
Two, aged about 13, were given a warning by police who also banned them from the shopping centre for 12 months.
A third boy, 13, who already had a ban notice was cautioned by police in accordance with the Young Offenders Act.
A 15-year-old was banned for 12 months from the centre and given a caution in accordance with the Young Offenders Act.
A RESIDENT helped police to arrest a woman who attacked another woman with a stick at Blacktown train station last Saturday.
A 32-year-old woman was waiting for the train when she was struck on the head by the other woman at 6.45am.
The attacker also struck a woman, 31, before attacking a 59-year-old man standing beside his car at Main Street.
A witness then detained the attacker and held her until police arrived.
The woman was later charged with two counts of common assault and one count of assault occasionally bodily harm and will appear at Blacktown Local Court on April 10.
Child in the car
POLICE arrested a man, 40, who driving under the influence of alcohol with his eight-month-old child in the car in Blacktown on Sunday.
The man was stopped at the corner of Sunnyholt Road and Quakers Hill Parkway at 12.50am.
Police said he was found to have a mid-range alcohol reading of 0.17 when tested at Quakers Hill police station.
His driving licence was suspended and he will appear at Blacktown Local Court on April 8.