Four charged with hiding facts in Sydney murder case

Trevor Veale

HOMICIDE detectives investigating the shooting murder of a man whose body was discovered on the side of a Sydney roadway have charged four people for allegedly covering up vital clues.

Since a 29-year-old man was found dead in his car at Greenacre in March, police have interviewed several people who have allegedly refused to answer questions about the events which led to the shooting.

Police believe the victim parked his car outside a home on Wilbur St before he was approached by two men and shot.

Two cars, a Toyota Corolla and a Hyundai hatchback, allegedly fled the scene and have been examined by police.

Investigating officers allege a 36-year old man and three women, two aged 25 and one aged 30, who will front court on Wednesday, have "intimate knowledge" about the murder.

Two have been charged with concealing a serious offence while the other two face charges of not disclosing the  identity of driver or passenger.

Police warned on Tuesday that they had not ruled out laying further charges on anyone else who hindered the investigation.

Information can be reported to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  murder police

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