ACT Policing has charged a 37 year-old Queanbeyan man following an attempted aggravated robbery in Griffith on Friday, 12 August.
Around 6.15pm a woman returned to her car which was parked on Flinders Way in Griffith. After getting into her car, a man armed with a firearm got into the passenger’s side of the vehicle and demanded money.
The man has been charged with attempted aggravated robbery and will face the ACT Magistrates Court today.
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