- ACT Policing is seeking three males in a red or brown Mazda 323 sedan with ACT number plates after an assault at the Belconnen Woolworths liquor department May 16, 2009 in which a 29-year-old staff member received cuts to his neck and upper arm.
Police were called to the location around 3.57pm today (May 16) when it was reported that three males described as being of Pacific Islander in appearance had a few minutes earlier entered the store.
One of the offenders became argumentative and is suspected to have broken a beer bottle on the counter and used it to assault and injure the staff member.
ACT Ambulance was called and General Duties police established a crime scene. AFP Forensic Services also attended. CCTV footage of the incident will be downloaded and examined.
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Police were given a description of the vehicle used by the offender(s) and are continuing in their efforts to locate it.
Any witnesses who saw the incident and have not yet spoken to police, or can provide any information about the offenders should contact Crime Stoppers.
- ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an armed robbery at the Brindabella Pharmacy in Garran in which a male offender threatened staff with a knife.
The offender entered the pharmacy around 10.40am, May 17, threatened the staff and stole a quantity of cash and drugs.
The offender then fled in the direction of Palmer Street in a stolen white Ford station wagon with NSW registration plates.
The offender is described as Caucasian, of slim build, aged in his mid-20s, about 5’8” to 5’9” (173cm to 175cm) tall, with black hair, unshaven, wearing a dirty white cap, an off-white coloured jacket and black baggy trousers.
Police are appealing for any witnesses who may have seen a person answering this description or seen any suspicious activity in the area of the offence to contact Crime Stoppers
If you can help police contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online.