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Australia Sydney man killed after selling headphones on Facebook

04:06  20 february  2020
04:06  20 february  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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a person posing for the camera: Ross Houllis, 28, met a man about 9pm on Friday at a shopping centre on Bulls Road in Wakeley, near Fairfield in western Sydney, after having listed his headphones for sale on the Sydney Marketplace Facebook page. © Supplied Ross Houllis, 28, met a man about 9pm on Friday at a shopping centre on Bulls Road in Wakeley, near Fairfield in western Sydney, after having listed his headphones for sale on the Sydney Marketplace Facebook page.

A father-of-two has been charged with murder in Sydney after his alleged victim died while trying to sell his AirPod headphones on Facebook.

Sami Hamdach, 27, from Bankstown is accused of killing Ross Houllis, 28, who he allegedly met after Mr Houllis listed his headphones for sale on the Sydney Marketplace Facebook page.

The post on Facebook from January 23 listed "brand new" Apple headphones for sale for $170, saying they "haven't been used got them for a gift a while back".

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Mr Houllis arranged to meet Mr Hamdach and another man at a shopping centre car park on Bulls Road in Wakeley, near Fairfield in western Sydney last Friday night.

After demanding cash, the pair allegedly dragged him through the car park, knocking him to the ground and assaulting him before leaving in a Toyota Hilux Ute.

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Mr Houllis died in hospital on Monday, NSW Police said today, after suffering a bleed on the brain.

Mr Hamdach, who had been arrested and charged over the assault at the weekend, has had his charge upgraded to murder.

He lives with his mother, Bankstown Court heard this morning, and is separated from his wife, sharing custody of two children, aged three and five.

Mr Hamdach didn't appear in court.

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Detectives also seized a Toyota Hilux at Marion Street, Bankstown, on Saturday.

Mr Hamdach took himself to Bankstown police station later that day.

Police are still hunting another man.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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