1. An 18 year old pedestrian was hit by a car in Civic in the very early hours of Saturday morning.
- “Police were called to Hutton Street around 1.20am after members of the public discovered an unconscious female on the road.
The female was transported from the scene to The Canberra Hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries.
A 28-year-old Harrison woman is currently assisting investigators with their enquiries.
Police have seized a vehicle for forensic examination.”
2. Psst… Wanna buy a cheap bobcat? Construction vehicles were made off with from the Mitchell Bright Lights Electrical store on Baillieu Court, which was apparently looking after a dumptruck and a bobcat:
- “ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to a burglary at a Mitchell business premises which occurred sometime between 5:00pm on Saturday (August 30) and 7:00am on Monday (September 1).
Police were called to the Mitchell Bright Lights Electrical store around 7:30am on Monday (September 1), when it was reported there had been forced entry to the store’s compound via a rolling security gate. Two vehicles were taken during the burglary including a Hino 300 Series dump truck and a Posi-track RC30 Bobcat. A selection of tools was also taken.
The approximate combined value of the items stolen is more than $90,000”
3. Police are looking for witnesses after a bloke was allegedly beaten up in the men’s bogs at Trinity in Dickson on Saturday night:
- Police were called to the Trinity Bar on Challis Street about 1am on August 31 following a report of a male found in an adjacent car park with facial injuries.
The 22-year-old victim told police he had been struck several times from behind while in the toilets of the licensed premises, and kicked while on the ground. The offender had apparently left the premises before police arrived.
The victim was transported from the scene by ACT Ambulance.
A part-description of the offender has been provided. The offender is described as between 6’ (183cm) and 6’2” (188cm) tall, Caucasian in appearance, with short dark-brown hair, aged in his mid-20s, with a slim face and athletic build.
The offender may have been wearing a grey hooded top.
Police are urging persons who were at the Trinity Bar on Saturday night / Sunday morning and may have seen suspicious persons or behaviour in the male toilet, or may have seen a suspicious person similar to the description leaving the premises shortly after 12.45am to contact Crime Stoppers
It’s a little odd as the victim would have had to make his way through a fair chunk of the bar to get out into the car park.
If you can help contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or at www.act.crimestoppers.com.au.