5 July 2010

Police Wrap - 5 July 2010

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1. Missing male from Holt:

ACT Policing is seeking public assistance to locate a 16-year-old male who went missing from Holt this morning (Monday July 5) around 12:20am.

Joel Cameron was last seen walking along Southern Cross Drive in Holt wearing a blue hooded jumper with red lining, blue jeans and white shoes.

Joel is described as having a medium build, is approximately 175 centimetres tall (5’9”), with fair skin and has short brown hair.

Police are concerned for Joel’s welfare.

If anyone sights Joel, they are asked to contact Police Operations immediately on 131-444.

2. Braddon Assaults:

ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to two serious assaults that occurred in the City/Braddon in the early hours of this morning (Sunday, July 04).

At approximately 12.50am ACT Policing attended the car-park outside the McDonalds restaurant on Mort Street, Braddon to find a 20-year-old male from Kambah suffering head injuries as the result of an altercation.

The 20-year-old male was conveyed by ACT Ambulance to The Canberra Hospital where he remains in a serious but stable condition.

A short time later at approximately 03.20am ACT Policing officers came to the assistance of a 35-year-old male from Kaleen, lying unconscious on the ground at the intersection of Bunda Street and Genge Street, City.

The male had also suffered head injuries from an altercation and was conveyed by ACT Ambulance to The Canberra Hospital where he remains in a serious but stable condition.

At this point in time police do not believe the assaults are linked.

Police would urge anyone who may have witnessed either incident to call police on 131 444 or contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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Does anyone know about a car accident on Baldwin Drive in Kaleen on Sunday arvo about 330-4pm ish ???

The road was blocked off and the accident looked real nasty, almost as if someone died ??

Joel has now been found safe

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