ACT Policing has arrested a 28-year-old Wanniassa man following an alleged aggravated burglary which occurred yesterday (November 18) in Isabella Plains.
Around 12.40pm the alleged offender attended an Isabella Plains residence where he forced entry. The alleged offender then brandished a knife towards the three male victims in the premises aged 41, 23 and 15 but quickly fled the house and was observed entering the passenger door of a white Holden Commodore.
Police conducted a door knock of the area and AFP Forensic Services attended and examined the scene.
Around 6.30pm yesterday (November 19) the alleged offender was found and arrested by ACT Policing Detectives after a vehicle stop on Mugga Lane, Symonston. He was conveyed to the ACT Watch House and will appear be for the ACT Magistrates Court today (November 20) charged with aggravated burglary.
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