Mayor of Hawkesbury council Patrick Conolly STABBED during terrifying home invasion at Windsor abode

Advertisement

Sydney mayor is STABBED during a terrifying home invasion after six intruders broke into his home while his wife and children were inside

  • The mayor of Hawkesbury council has been stabbed in shocking home invasion
  • Patrick Conolly was at home with his wife and kids when six intruders broke in 
  • The 32-year-old was stabbed in his left arm and rushed to Westmead hospital
Advertisement

Advertisement

The mayor of Hawkesbury council in Sydney’s north-west has been stabbed and had his car stolen in a shocking home invasion.

Patrick Conolly was at home with his wife and four children when six intruders broke into their Bligh Park residence at 12:45am on Monday morning.

The 32-year-old Liberal Councillor was stabbed in the upper left arm during the terrifying break-in.

Mr Conolly was subsequently rushed to Westmead hospital and is in a stable condition.

Advertisement
The mayor of Hawkesbury's council Patrick Conolly (pictured) has been stabbed and had his car stolen in a shocking home invasion

The mayor of Hawkesbury’s council Patrick Conolly (pictured) has been stabbed and had his car stolen in a shocking home invasion

His family were reportedly unharmed but ‘shaken’ by the invasion.  

NSW Police confirmed the intruders fled the scene in Mr Conolly’s family vehicle – a white Skoda car – along with personal items belonging to the family. 

A police spokeswoman made a statement, stating: ‘Police are investigating after a man was stabbed in the arm after a reported home invasion near Windsor this morning,’ she said.

Advertisement

‘Officers from Hawkesbury Police Area Command were called to a Porpoise Cres in Bligh Park about 12.45am on Monday in response to reports several men had forced their way into the home.’

‘Police have been told between five to six men forced their way into the home and threatened the male occupant, before he was stabbed.

Patrick Conolly was at home with his wife and four children (pictured) when six intruders broke into their Bligh Park residence at 12:45am on Monday morning. Mr Conolly's family were unharmed but 'shaken' by the invasion

Patrick Conolly was at home with his wife and four children (pictured) when six intruders broke into their Bligh Park residence at 12:45am on Monday morning. Mr Conolly’s family were unharmed but ‘shaken’ by the invasion 

Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information, CCTV video or dashcam footage related to the incident to contact NSW Police or Crimestoppers immediately.

Advertisement

It’s unknown whether Mr Conolly’s residence was specifically targeted due to his position as mayor of the Hawkesbury council.  

Mr Conolly has been the mayor since 2020. He was re-elected unopposed in January following the Local Government Elections in December 2021.

He is the son of Riverstone Liberal MP Kevin Conolly.

More to come  

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

Similar Posts