Police seek witnesses to incidents in Kippax and Kambah involving a stolen Falcon

David Murtagh 29 June 2021
Police car in traffic

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in relation to a road rage incident at Kippax. Photo: File.

ACT Policing is investigating several incidents on Sunday (27 June) which are believed to be linked to a stolen grey Ford Falcon sedan.

The Falcon G6E sedan, with distinctive large wheels and number plates YON65G, was reported stolen from Kippax Place, Holt (adjacent to the Holt playing fields) at about 11:50 am on Sunday.

The Ford sedan, and another vehicle, possibly a white Toyota Camry, were both driven via Southern Cross Drive towards Coulter Drive about midday.

Police believe the Falcon was involved in a road-rage incident in Kambah about 4:15 pm before it was recovered by police in Belconnen on Sunday evening.


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Two people were arrested on Sunday evening in relation to the theft of the Falcon and faced the ACT Magistrates Court yesterday (Monday, 28 June 2021)

There are several other persons of interest related to this incident, and police enquiries are continuing.

Police are seeking witnesses and footage of the Kippax incident, and of the two vehicles around the Kippax or Kambah areas during Sunday.

Anyone with information that could assist police is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website. Quote reference 6834427. Information can be provided anonymously.


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