Alleged extortion attempt in Strathfield | 7NEWS

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A wealthy Sydney property developer was warned to hand over thousands of dollars during an alleged extortion attempt. Police say two men went to his Strathfield home demanding money and threatening his wife when he didn’t come to the door.

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