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Dogman can rest easy as Tyre Iron brought to justice (allegedly)

By johnboy - 13 September 2012 23

ACT Policing Criminal Investigations detectives have arrested a 23-year-old Reid man for the aggravated robbery at the Kaleen Caltex service station on August 24.

Around 8.30am today (September 13), police executed a search warrant at an apartment complex in Reid, following information submitted by an anonymous member of the community via Crime Stoppers.

During the warrant, police seized clothing and a mobile telephone belonging to the man.

Detective Superintendent Brett McCann from Criminal Investigations said this was a great result and demonstrated that even the smallest amount of information from the public can assist in an investigation.

“The importance of Crime Stoppers is again highlighted after an anonymous tip-off from a member of the community assisted police in making this arrest.

“We sought the community’s assistance in solving this crime, and a number of reports were received via Crime Stoppers, so we would like to thank the community for its help,” Detective Superintendent McCann said.

At the completion of the warrant, the 23-year-old was conveyed to the ACT Watch House. He will face the ACT Magistrates Court tomorrow charged with aggravated robbery.

(NOTE: VIDEO FILE OF ARREST ATTACHED)

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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Dogman can rest easy as Tyre Iron brought to justice (allegedly)
bundah 5:54 pm 14 Sep 12

Antagonist said :

bundah said :

Brandi said :

Checking for evidence. Perhaps he was on crack?

Yep you’ve certainly got to the bottom of the problem.

He is using ACT Policing’s new digital restraining device.

Well it’s worked a treat coz he’s finally been fingered.

Antagonist 5:40 pm 14 Sep 12

bundah said :

Brandi said :

Checking for evidence. Perhaps he was on crack?

Yep you’ve certainly got to the bottom of the problem.

He is using ACT Policing’s new digital restraining device.

schmeah 1:40 pm 14 Sep 12

Black trackies with a white stripe and sneakers .. the uniform issued to all crims these days.

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 12:27 pm 14 Sep 12

Great result.

waiting for some retard to come in and start talking aboud all dobbing dogs must die etc etc.

carnardly 12:05 pm 14 Sep 12

yay – they got the door and shoe accomplice too now. Wow. a father of two. Let’s hope the next generation don’t inherit dad’s sense of moral decency…

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/two-men-face-court-over-kaleen-servo-robbery-20120914-25w8i.html

Door man out on bail, the big thug away. Oh well, its better than we might’ve got…

johnboy 10:53 am 14 Sep 12

The dog was found some hours later we hear.

poetix 10:46 am 14 Sep 12

Did the dog come back?

johnboy 10:35 am 14 Sep 12

recovered fine from minor injuries

carnardly 10:33 am 14 Sep 12

does anyone know how the poor dude at the petrol station is going? If that was me I would want to stare eyeball to eyeball at the mongrel in court that clobbered me….

bundah 10:20 am 14 Sep 12

Brandi said :

Checking for evidence. Perhaps he was on crack?

Yep you’ve certainly got to the bottom of the problem.

Brandi 10:09 am 14 Sep 12

Checking for evidence. Perhaps he was on crack?

rosscoact 10:00 am 14 Sep 12

Run and I’ll give you a wedgie

bundah 9:18 am 14 Sep 12

Chop71 said :

lol, he had his hand down his pants.

Would have been easier to cuff the guy

That’s an absolute crack-up!

Chop71 8:59 am 14 Sep 12

lol, he had his hand down his pants.

Would have been easier to cuff the guy

Postalgeek 11:00 pm 13 Sep 12

Excellent. Now all that’s left is for Dogman to be fined for having his dog off lead in a public space.

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