A man and two teenagers have appeared in court charged with an armed robbery and kidnapping at a Warrimoo home.
The trio were arrested by officers from the Gang Squad's Strike Force Raptor on Tuesday, October 23 over the aggravated break and enter on September 29.
Police allege a gun was fired at a television and the occupant kidnapped and forced to withdraw cash from an ATM.
A 33-year-old Mount Druitt man was refused bail in Penrith Local Court on Tuesday after facing charges relating to the home robbery while an 18-year-old Eastwood woman was granted conditional bail to face Bankstown Local Court on November 14.
The Mount Druitt man will reappear before Penrith Court on December 14.
A 16-year-old boy was arrested in Bidwell and charged with aggravated break and enter, armed robbery and kidnapping offences. He was refused bail and will face Bankstown Local Court on November 14.
Police said another two people were arrested about 10am on the day of the robbery when officers stopped a car in the Blue Mountains and seized a loaded pistol. These people are currently before the courts.
Investigations by Strike Force Raptor are continuing and further arrests are expected, police said.
Strike Force Raptor was established by State Crime Command's Gangs Squad in 2009 to targeting outlaw motorcycle gangs and associated criminal activity.
Police have asked anyone with information about the incident to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000