First came the threats, then the attacker pulled a gun out of his pocket

The incident occurred at a house on Bursill St in Guildford, about 25 km to the west of the city, about 4 o’clock in the morning, when the 21-year-old resident approached two men who were lurking outside. An argument broke out and a second man of the house outside. It is at this moment one of the men pulled a gun.

The film shows the man assaulting the residents and push them around the front, he then stands back and pulls the gun out of his pocket. The man — wearing white gloves, a white mask and a cap and waves the gun in the face of the person and the points of his hand, as if to silence him. He draws it to himself to move forward and points to his own chest as the second man rushes to the assault and the residents at the front door. The two attackers can then be seen pulling the man towards them.

The gloves and the masked man points to the victim.

The victim has been taunted by the intruder.

The victim was pulled from the house.

The next day, the residents have had their Christmas interrupted when a group of men returned to the property and again threatened the 21-year-old. They fled the scene after the police were called.

The officers attached to the Cumberland Police Area Command believe that the two people outside the door in the CCTV footage may be able to assist with inquiries into the incident.

The Police returned to the same address, the 10 January during a 50-year-old man called when he discovered the house and his car was sprayed by bullets.

A crime scene was established and examined by specialist forensic officers.

The Police said that the officers investigating the two incidents believe that he had been targeted attacca and linked to the earlier violence.

Any person who may have heard anything or seen anything suspicious during these two incidents are urged to come forward.

Crime stoppers can be contacted at 1800 333 000 or use the Crime stoppers online reporting page: https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au/

andrew.koubaridis@news.com.au