Thieves Use Stun Gun to Steal Vehicle in Hurstville

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Two men used a stun gun to steal an Audi Q3 from Hurstville on Friday morning after responding to the owner’s For Sale advertisement on a website.

A man, 26, met the two men at his house on Neirbo Avenue about 10am and they asked to test drive the car.

All three went for a drive around Hurstville but as they returned to the owner’s home,  one of the men pulled out a stun gun and gave him a shock.

He got out of the Audi and the two men drove away. The car was last seen on Woniora Road turning right onto King Georges Road, Hurstville.

Hurstville police want to speak with two men. The first man is described as being of Asian appearance, with a fair complexion, aged in his early 20s, of slim build and about 175cm tall. He was wearing a white shirt, red tie, black pants and black shoes.

The second man is described as being of Asian appearance with a fair complexion, aged in his late 20s, with a medium build and 170cms tall. He has a thin, two-centimetre scar on his throat. He was wearing a black jacket, dark cargo pants and a dark baseball cap with a bandanna under the hat.

Police are also looking for anyone who may have seen the 2014 white Audi Q3 with New South Wales Registration NBP-94M in the Hurstville Area.

Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.