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Robbed at knife point in the Emu Bank Maccas

By 7 March 2012 12

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ACT Policing is investigating a second aggravated robbery in two days where it is believed the same offender is involved.

About 7.30 pm last night, a man and woman were seated in the McDonalds restaurant in Emu Bank when they were approached by a man with a knife.

The offender threatened the pair before fleeing with the phone and wallet of the man.

The offender is described as having an olive complexion, between 30 to 40 years of age, approximately 173cm to 178cm tall (5’8 – 5’10”) with short dark-coloured hair and a medium build. He was wearing a dark cap, white shirt with blue writing on the front, dark track pants and white shoes.

The offender was seen to get into a white, early 2000s model Toyota Corolla hatchback with chrome hubcaps/wheels.

Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or is able to assist with the investigation is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via www.act.crimestoppers.com.au. Information can be provided anonymously.

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[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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12 Responses to Robbed at knife point in the Emu Bank Maccas
#1
Holden Caulfield11:50 am, 07 Mar 12

But did he take the pickles as well?

#2
Rawhide Kid Part31:19 pm, 07 Mar 12

Holden Caulfield said :

But did he take the pickles as well?

No. He had fries with it instead.

#3
damien haas1:28 pm, 07 Mar 12

When the Hamburglar hears someone is muscling in on his turf there will be strife.

#4
Jivrashia2:09 pm, 07 Mar 12

Emu Bank, as in Belco?

Inside the actual eatery??
(seems like it, 4 photos of offender available from AFP page)

#5
PBO3:01 pm, 07 Mar 12

Ummm, where were the Guardian Angels? I though that they were meant to stop this type of thing.

#6
Jivrashia4:10 pm, 07 Mar 12

PBO said :

Ummm, where were the Guardian Angels?

They thought the burgers were better at Hungry Jacks…?

#7
Rawhide Kid Part34:34 pm, 07 Mar 12

PBO said :

Ummm, where were the Guardian Angels? I though that they were meant to stop this type of thing.

Guarding Angels.

#8
Mysteryman7:52 pm, 07 Mar 12

I hope he slips and lands on his knife.

#9
LSWCHP11:17 pm, 07 Mar 12

Some people just need shooting, and this is a case in point.

This is a crazy person. Armed robbery in a well lit public place in the early evening under many surveillance cams with other people such as the staff members readily to hand. All that risk, for everybody involved, to get away with a phone and a wallet? Total take would be a few dollars cash and instantly cancelled credit cards. It makes no sense at all.

#10
Darkfalz3:48 am, 08 Mar 12

LSWCHP said :

Total take would be a few dollars cash and instantly cancelled credit cards. It makes no sense at all.

And the penalty if caught is probably a suspended sentence.

#11
Androyd10:05 am, 08 Mar 12

No, the burglars are better at Hungry Jacks.

#12
Thumper10:15 am, 08 Mar 12

Androyd said :

No, the burglars are better at Hungry Jacks.

Got to pay that one…. :)

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