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Have you seen these antique books?

By 28 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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On Wednesday 5 August, ACT Policing commenced an investigation into a burglary in Dickson. Amongst stolen items of property, there were three antique books which were located in a safe.The books are very distinctive atlases and they are potentially the last in circulation. The offender may be oblivious to their worth and they may have [...]

Stolen goods worth $300,000 seized in Phillip

By 26 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing executed two search warrants yesterday (Tuesday, 25 August 2015) at a residence in Chisholm and business in Phillip.
About 8.00am, members of the Criminal Investigations Crime Targeting Team executed two section 187 Drugs of Dependence Act 1989 search warrants after information was received from the public.
A male person of interest was present at the [...]

Buried shotgun found in Kambah

By 24 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is investigating the discovery of a shotgun found in Kambah yesterday, (Sunday 23 August).
About 11.45am, police were notified of the shotgun by an elderly man who was walking his dog along Kambah Pool Road. The shotgun was wrapped in three plastic bags and partly buried in a shallow trench about 30 metres into [...]

Wanniassa Red Rooster robbed at gunpoint

By 21 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing Criminal Investigation detectives are investigating an aggravated robbery that occurred in Wanniassa yesterday evening (Thursday, 20 August 2015).
Around 8.10pm three men entered Red Rooster on the corner of Langdon Avenue and Rylah Crescent, Wanniassa armed with a shortened rifle, a knife and a metal bar.
During the robbery the three men made a number [...]

Goulburn jail escapee found and charged

By 19 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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An alleged escapee from a correctional centre in Goulburn has been charged and will appear in court today.
Yesterday afternoon (Tuesday 18 August 2015), a 28-year-old man allegedly escaped from the correctional centre in Goulburn, and was last seen in the vicinity of the centre about 12.50pm.
Officers attached to The Hume Local Area Command commenced an [...]

Maximum security inmate escapes Goulburn jail

By 18 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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NSW Police Force is appealing for public assistance to locate a man who escaped from Goulburn Correctional Centre today.
Stephen Jamieson, 28, was last seen in the vicinity of Goulburn Correctional Centre about 12.50pm (Tuesday 18 August 2015).
He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 177cm tall, of thin build with a fair complexion and brown [...]

Child located after Belconnen abduction

By 14 August 2015
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ACT Policing would like to thank NSW Police Force and the community for their assistance in locating an 18-month-old girl who was abducted yesterday afternoon from a house in Belconnen.
After an extensive police operation during which ACT Policing worked closely with the NSW Police Force, the child was located by NSW Police about 9.15am this morning in [...]

Witnesses sought to alleged abduction in Belconnen

By 13 August 2015
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ACT Policing is seeking witnesses following the alleged abduction of an 18-month-old girl in Belconnen this afternoon (Thursday, 13 August).
About 12.35pm, ACT Policing received a report that a man entered the Barnados Care House in Belconnen armed with a knife and possible imitation firearm and abducted the child.
The mother of the child; 18-year-old, Melinda Kringle, [...]

Latham Handy Mart robbed overnight

By 11 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Detectives are investigating an aggravated robbery that occurred in Latham last night (Monday, 10 August 2015).
Around 7:15pm, a man entered the Latham Handy Mart on Wanliss Street, Latham and produced what appeared to be a small firearm while making demands for cash.
The employee complied with the demands and the man fled the store with the [...]

5 aggravated burglaries in 5 hours in Canberra’s north

By 7 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to five aggravated burglaries in Weetangera, Hawker and Aranda on Saturday morning (1 August).
Between the hours of 2am and 6.30am, offenders entered five homes across McLachlan Crescent in Weetangera, Elsey Street and Anningie Place in Hawker and Noala Street in Aranda and stole property while the occupants were at home.
Property [...]

Alleged Comanchero arrested for March shooting

By 7 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing Detectives from Taskforce Nemesis (Gangs Taskforce) arrested a 22-year-old Ngunnawal man yesterday (6 August), in relation to the shooting of a 36-year-old man earlier this year (12 March).
The arrest follows the seizure of a shotgun located during a search warrant executed on a residence in Ngunnawal (24 April). The warrant was conducted subsequent [...]

Loaded gun, drugs seized in Kaleen

By 6 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing seized a loaded firearm during a warrant in Kaleen yesterday (Wednesday, 5 August 2015).
About 10.20am Members from ACT Policing’s Criminal Investigations Team, conducted a search warrant under section 187 of the Drugs of Dependence Act 1989.
During the execution of the warrant, police seized a loaded .32 calibre revolver, a Harley Davidson motorcycle and [...]

Project Safe Plate back this weekend

By 5 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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[ 8 August 2015 at 10:00 am; ]

If you didn’t get your number plates fitted with tamper proof screws back in June, now is your chance.

ACT Policing has today announced that officers will be on hand to fit number plates with tamper-proof screws on the corner of Matilda and Callam Streets in Phillip this Saturday 8 August between 10am and 4pm.

Constable Kenny [...]

30km speed limit in school zones?

By 4 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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The ACT Government would like community views to be expressed on reducing the speed limit around schools to 30kmph – but there has been nothing posted on the ‘Time to Talk’ website yet, so let’s start the community discussion here.
I think 40kph is slow enough – I do not want the speed limit to be dropped to 30kph [...]

80% increase in Canberra car break-ins – is this avoidable?

By 4 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
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In the last few months I have noticed a lot of people reporting stolen cars, smashed windows and thefts on various online community notice boards. I wasn’t sure if crime had spiked or whether online posts were encouraging more people to come forward.
ACT Policing recently confirmed that there has been an 80 per cent increase [...]

Belconnen Soccer Club robbed at gunpoint

By 3 August 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to the aggravated robbery of the Belconnen Soccer Club in McKellar late Saturday night (1 August 2015).
About 11.07pm, a single male offender entered the club armed with a small handgun. Five patrons were exiting the club when the offender entered and rushed past them to the front counter.
The offender immediately [...]

Shooting in McKellar overnight

By 29 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is investigating a shooting incident which occurred early this morning in McKellar (Wednesday 29 July).
About 9.30am, police received a report that a vehicle had been damaged overnight while parked in the driveway of a home on Burns Circuit, McKellar. Police believe the incident occurred about 4.10am.
ACT Policing Criminal Investigations established a crime scene [...]

Car park thief nabbed in Gungahlin

By 29 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing arrested a 35-year-old Scullin man in an underground car park in Gungahlin for attempting to break into vehicles last night (28 July).
About 11.15pm, police received a report from a member of the public that a man had entered the underground car park of an apartment complex on Gungahlin Place, Gungahlin, and appeared suspicious. [...]

Wanted man arrested by police

By 27 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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A 23-year-old man will face the ACT Magistrates Court this morning (Monday, July 27) after being arrested on a First Instant Warrant relating to an aggravated robbery which occurred on 13 July 2015.
About 11.55am on Saturday (25 July) members of Tuggeranong Patrol and Criminal Investigations attended the Calwell Shopping Centre, following a sighting of the [...]

Crime stats show crime declining in Canberra’s north

By 24 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing’s latest quarterly crime statistics show a decline in crime reports in Canberra’s north and in reports of assault, sexual assault, offences against a person and other offences, which includes weapon and drug offences, across Canberra over the past year.
The release of the April to June 2015 quarterly crime statistics show Gungahlin experienced the [...]

Girl, 7, dies in Page car crash

By 23 July 2015
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ACT Policing is investigating a fatal collision in Page last night (Wednesday 22 July).
Around 7pm, police operations were notified of the collision between a Nissan Navara and a Nissan Pulsar in which a seven-year-old girl has died.
The Nissan Navara was travelling west on Southern Cross Drive when it collided with the Nissan Pulsar turning right off [...]

Bomb scare in Civic yesterday afternoon

By 21 July 2015
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ACT Policing responded to two suspicious packages found in a car park near Hobart Place yesterday afternoon (Monday 20 July).
Police were alerted to the incident at around 4.30pm and a 15 metre cordon was put in place.
AFP Bomb Response Team was called in and as a precaution widened the exclusion zone to include London Circuit, Marcus [...]

Isaacs woman busted twice for drink driving in one night

By 20 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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The ACT Policing Mobile Traffic Operations Team apprehended a drink-driver twice within one hour early Sunday morning (19 July 2015).
A 43-year-old Isaacs woman was stopped at about 1:00am on Coranderrk Street in Canberra City, after police observed a silver Peugeot swerving on the road. Police conducted a breath analysis which returned a result of 0.126 [...]

Holt 7-Eleven robbed

By 17 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an aggravated robbery in Holt on Wednesday (15 July).
About 4.50am, a man entered the Seven Eleven store on Hardwick Crescent, Holt. The man approached the cashier, demanding cash and holding a knife. The offender fled on foot with a sum of cash and cigarettes.
The man was described as being [...]

Fluffy factions: The sad side story of the asbestos saga

By 17 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
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One of the saddest stories (and there are many) to come out of the Mr Fluffy fiasco is the emergence of what I’ve termed the ‘Fluffy factions’.
As the ACT Government has wrestled with how to respond, and negotiated the bum deal it got from the Feds, it has become apparent that no matter the solution, it [...]

Fatal accident on Monaro Highway

By 16 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing is investigating a single vehicle collision on the Monaro Highway this morning (Thursday, July 16) in which a male driver has died.
About 5.50am police responded to a report of a collision between Johnson and Isabella Drive northbound on the Monaro Highway.
Investigators are examining the circumstances surrounding the collision, which occurred after the vehicle [...]

Cannabis plants and hydroponic equipment seized in Hackett

By 14 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing has seized a further 71 cannabis plants and over $20,000 worth of hydroponic equipment as part of Operation Armscote.
Operation Armscote commenced on 12 June 2015 when a grow house was located in Kaleen. Since then, police have seized 912 cannabis plants, uncovered nine grow houses and arrested six people on drug charges.
Yesterday (Monday [...]

Home detention is fine, so long as we don’t go soft

By 14 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE FEATURED ARTICLE
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It was encouraging to see the charismatic ACT Victims of Crime Commissioner John Hinchey come out in support of community correction sentences (also known as home detention) yesterday.
The idea of low risk offenders remaining within the community – so long as they contribute in a positive way – has always made more sense to me than periodic [...]

Major leads in shooting investigation

By 13 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing has unveiled major developments in the investigation of a number of Canberra shootings, which are believed to be outlaw motorcycle gang-related.
The shootings occurred overnight between Thursday 12 and Friday 13 March, with shots fired at homes in Boustead Circuit, Kambah, Barlee Place, Stirling and Pawsey Circuit, Florey. The shooting in Stirling resulted in [...]

Do you know these men?

By 10 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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Detectives from Criminal Investigations are seeking to identify five men who could assist in Operation Armscote.
Operation Armscote commenced on 12 June 2015 when a grow house was located in Kaleen. So far, six people have been arrested and police have seized 912 cannabis plants.
The images of the four men were discovered during the execution of [...]

Cook man arrested after Civic massage store robbery

By 9 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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A 30-year-old Cook man has been arrested and charged in relation to the aggravated robbery that occurred at the Royal Hands Massage shop in the Canberra Centre on 7 June 2015.
The man was arrested yesterday afternoon (8 July) in Kingston by detectives from Criminal Investigations and conveyed to the ACT Watch House. He has been [...]

$6 million worth of cannabis plants seized in Canberra since June

By 8 July 2015 HEADLINE ARTICLE
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ACT Policing Criminal Investigation officers working as part of Operation Armscote have seized 912 cannabis plants, with an estimated street value of over $6 million dollars.
Operation Armscote commenced on 12 June 2015 when a grow house was located in Kaleen.  Information obtained during the execution of a search warrant at the house uncovered the addresses [...]

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