Gun pulled in shocking moment during alleged road rage incident

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A gun has been drawn in a wild road rage incident in Sydney’s southwest, before it was allegedly disarmed by two others in a violent scuffle.

The incident occurred near the intersection of Mill Road and Charles Street in Liverpool on Sunday, April 17 and was captured on camera by a witness.

A man and a woman in a white Toyota Corolla and two men in a grey Suzuki Baleno were fighting in the street, police were told.

A man appears to hold a gun as another lies in a gutter on the side of a street.
Police are searching for four people who may be able to help with their inquiries after a gun was drawn in a road rage incident. Source: NSW Police

It’s alleged the male occupant of the Toyota pulled out the gun before the men from the Suzuki disarmed him and jumped back in their car.

Images from the scene show a man dressed in white lying in the gutter while a man in a blue basketball singlet stands nearby, appearing to hold the weapon.

Police discovered the Suzuki was a rental car and found it several hours later in the car park of a hotel on Hoxton Park Road in Prestons.

A man wearing white lies in the gutter while a woman picks up a pair of sunglasses from the road after a road rage altercation.
The male and female occupants of the Toyota allegedly became involved in an altercation with two males in a Suzuki. Source: NSW Police

Descriptions have been released of the four people involved who police believe may have further information:

  • A man with a partly shaved head, wearing a blue basketball singlet, dark pants and light-coloured sneakers

  • A man wearing a yellow-coloured T-shirt with light pants and black sneakers

  • A man wearing a white hoodie with shorts and white shoes

  • A woman with long brown hair wearing a light-coloured jumper, white long pants and white sneakers.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.

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