Three males are assisting police with their inquiries in relation to an incident at Hughes overnight where approximately 150 windows were damaged on a construction site.
About 1.40am police were called to Claire Hermes Park on Webster and Coxen streets after a report of suspicious behaviour. Upon arrival police heard a disturbance at a nearby construction site and located four males in the vicinity.
Police attempted to speak to the males however they fled on foot. After a short foot pursuit police managed to detain three of the males.
An examination of the construction site, in which a St Andrews Church aged care facility is being developed on, found that approximately 150 windows had been smashed.
Investigations are continuing to identify and locate the fourth male.
ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an aggravated robbery in Braddon yesterday (February 24).
About 7.20pm a man entered the Coles Express Service Station in Girrahween Street armed with a knife and demanded money from the console operator. The man then fled the scene with the money, running across Girrahween Street and into Haig Park.
A search of the area was conducted by ACT Policing officers from General Duties, the Territory Investigations Group and the Specialist Response and Security team. AFP Forensic Services also conducted an examination of the scene.
No one was injured during the incident.
The male offender is described as Caucasian, in his early to mid twenties and about 178cm (5’10”) in height, with short brown hair and a slim athletic build. He was wearing a green coloured T-shirt.