[First filed: September 30, 2008 @ 10:09]
2. It’s followed by news of an arrest:
- ACT Policing has arrested a 28-year-old Gowrie man after an alleged stabbing of two men in Red Hill around 3am today (September 29).
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Detectives from the Territory Investigations Group arrested the man after executing a search warrant on a Red Hill address today. A number of items were seized including a taser-like devise.
The victims, both aged 22, were conveyed to hospital with stab wounds, one with injuries to his chest and the other with leg injuries.
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- ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an incident on an ACTION bus on Friday (September 26) in which an 18-year-old woman was indecently assaulted.
The incident occurred between 9.40am and 9.55am on Friday on an ACTION bus travelling between Waramanga and the Woden Bus Interchange.
A group of male youths boarded the bus at Yambina Street in Waramanga.
The group comprised two males of African appearance, aged between 16-17 years old, both of slim build, wearing baggy clothing, thick neck chains with symbols hanging from them, and caps with bandannas underneath. One wore a bright green T-shirt.
Two other youths were of Asian appearance. They were described as around 15 years old, both with a slim build, short dark hair with blond tips, and around 160cm (5’3”) tall. One wore a red T-shirt.
Two other males were around 20 years old, of Polynesian appearance, about 185cm (6’1”) tall, with heavy muscular builds and short dark hair.
The victim was harassed and accosted twice by two members of the group while riding on the bus.
Police will seek CCTV footage from the bus in an attempt to identify the offenders.
Police also are appealing for any members of the public who were riding on ACTION Bus 27 on Friday (September 26) en route to the Woden Bus Interchange who may have witnessed the incident, or be able to assist in identifying the offenders, should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or report via the Crime Stoppers website on www.act.crimestoppers.com.au.