9 August 2010

Police Wrap - 9 August 2010

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1. Trouble in the Serbian Club car park:

ACT Policing is investigating an incident in Mawson in the early hours of Sunday morning (August 8 ) in which two youths were assaulted and had their property stolen.

Police attended the carpark of the Serbian Club in Mawson around 12.40am after it was reported that two male youths, one aged 16 and the other 15, had been assaulted by a group of youths.

Both of the victims were kicked and punched in the incident, and their mobile phones were stolen.

The main offender was described as a Caucasian male with a fair complexion and medium build. He is aged in his late teens, with short hair and possibly with a “rat’s tail”. He was wearing a grey hooded jumper.

The incident followed on from a party which had been held at the Serbian Club on Saturday evening (August 7) from 11pm, in which a number of gatecrashers attended and several windows at the club were broken.

Police are seeking any witnesses who may have seen the assault, or may be able to help identify the offenders. Witnesses are urged contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers website on www.act.crimestoppers.com.au.

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it was an after formal party for year 10’s, so there were underage people invited. the gang who did the bashing were not invited. just dodgy people looking for fights

ConanOfCooma8:00 am 10 Aug 10

Trouble loves them Serbian pheremones.

I cant help but wonder, why had two underaged people been at a party at a licenced premises after 9pm, let alone after midnight?

Not sure how you can attribute this to “Serberians”…

georgesgenitals7:04 pm 09 Aug 10

And what is it about Serberians that attracts trouble?

Time to ban hoddies and rats tails. I see a rats tail now and instantly thing bogan…

When did they become “cool” again anyhow?

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