1 July 2010

Police Wrap - 1 July 2010

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1. Ram Raiders!

ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an incident where a vehicle was used to ram an ATM located at the Fyshwick Food Markets early this morning (Thursday July 1).

About 4:31am, police were called to the incident in Dalby Street, where a vehicle appears to have been driven into two metal bollards, some glass doors and then the ATM causing an extensive amount of damage.

No money was taken, however the damage has been estimated at approximately $20,000.

A short time later Police located a damaged white Isuzu light truck in a nearby car park. Enquiries revealed this vehicle to have been stolen sometime overnight from an ACT Government depot in Moubray Place, Belconnen. Police are investigating the possibility that this vehicle was used during the ramming incident.

AFP Forensic Services attended and conducted an examination of the scene.

Police would like to speak with any witnesses who may have seen any suspicious persons or behaviour in the Fyshwick area at the time of this incident, or in Moubray Place, Belconnen overnight. Witnesses are urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or via the website at www.act.crimestoppers.com.au. Police remind the community that they may remain anonymous when providing information to police.

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