- ACT Policing has released a face-fit of a man who attempted to abduct a woman in Oaks Estate on Tuesday morning June 2.
The 20-year-old woman was walking along the bike path between Norse Road and Underwood Street about 10.00am when a vehicle stopped beside her and the male driver demanded she get in.
After refusing, the man grabbed the woman by the shirt and a short struggle ensued before she was able to break free and hide in nearby bushes.
Face-fit of attempted abduction offender [Not yet online]
The male is described as being in his mid-thirties, of average build with a pasty white complexion, short messy hair and big eyebrows. He was wearing a worn navy blue polo shirt and a silver ring on the middle finger of his left hand featuring a Celtic wave design.
The vehicle he was driving is described as an older model red Suzuki five-door hatchback with rust around the corners of the windows. The inside was described as dirty, with cigarette burns in the seats, rubbish over the floor and a dusty dashboard. The seats were a blue colour, with no seat covers.
Anyone who may know the identity of this man or who has information about the incident is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers.
- ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to an aggravated robbery of a business on Alinga Street, City June 4.
About 4.50pm a male offender entered the Cash Stop Financial Services store and pushed a bag under a barrier before threatening a female staff member with what she believed to be a firearm and demanded money.
The female refused, believing the firearm to be a replica. The offender then fled the store in the direction of Garema Place.
The male offender is described as being aged in his mid-twenties, between 5’8″ (173cm) and 6′ (183cm) tall, of Caucasian appearance with tanned skin, of skinny to medium build, with brown-coloured facial hair, he was wearing a black hooded jumper.
Police attended the scene shortly after and conducted a search of the area however were unable to located any suspicious persons.
Police are urging anyone who may have witnessed any suspicious persons in the area, around the time of the offence or who know the identity of the offender to contact Crime Stoppers.
If you can help police contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online.