Recognise this woman?

johnboy 15 June 2012 13
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ACT Policing is seeking assistance in identifying the woman pictured below who attempted to rob the Shabby Attic store at the Carleton Shops in Kambah earlier this week (Tuesday, June 12).

About 1.30pm the woman entered the store on Carleton Street in Kambah armed with a knife. She approached the shop owner and demanded money. The shop owner refused to hand over any money and a short struggle ensued.

The shop owner managed to push the offender out of the shop and lock the door. The offender was last seen running across Boddington Circuit towards the Kambah ovals.

The offender is described as of Aboriginal appearance, about 163cm (5’4”) tall with a large build.

Anyone who may be able to assist with the investigation is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via www.act.crimestoppers.com.au. Information can be provided anonymously.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]


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Skidd Marx Skidd Marx 10:24 pm 17 Jun 12

Cathy Freeman in full running bodysuit. Good luck catching her.

Pork Hunt Pork Hunt 8:42 pm 17 Jun 12

Slice said :

Sally Field?

Apparently we are not to joke about serious matters…

Mike Crowther Mike Crowther 2:37 pm 17 Jun 12

Dr. Koresh obviously hasn’t met too many Koorie people. They don’t all have black skin, wear chest scars and carry Nulla Nullas.

Antagonist Antagonist 1:34 pm 17 Jun 12

Slice said :

Seen escaping into the sky in the front of a boys bmx.

ROFLMAO. Funniest sh!t ever.

Slice Slice 10:47 am 17 Jun 12

Seen escaping into the sky in the front of a boys bmx.

TheDancingDjinn TheDancingDjinn 10:04 pm 16 Jun 12

1337Hax0r said :

Yes, I do recognise this young woman. I’ve seen her at the Winnunga Aboriginal Health Service in Narrabundah when I’ve taken my friend and co-worker in there. I don’t know her name. If the staff there were shown this picture I’m sure they’d recognise her as I have seen her there 3 times. She has that sort of sad look to her, and has quite thin arms. I’d say she would be in her really early 20s.
Now if crime stoppers was a free call from mobiles I could call them.

You can access crime stoppers online to report stuff you know and what not.

1337Hax0r 1337Hax0r 8:14 pm 16 Jun 12

Yes, I do recognise this young woman. I’ve seen her at the Winnunga Aboriginal Health Service in Narrabundah when I’ve taken my friend and co-worker in there. I don’t know her name. If the staff there were shown this picture I’m sure they’d recognise her as I have seen her there 3 times. She has that sort of sad look to her, and has quite thin arms. I’d say she would be in her really early 20s.
Now if crime stoppers was a free call from mobiles I could call them.

DrKoresh DrKoresh 12:09 am 16 Jun 12

I suppose that could of course be the spitting image of the offender, and maybe the store-owner is just so prejudiced that they assumed she must be indigenous because she was committing a crime. 🙁

DrKoresh DrKoresh 12:06 am 16 Jun 12

The photofit doesn’t really strike me as “of aboriginal appearance”. I can understand the police not wanting to colour (sorry) people’s perception of the suspect but wouldn’t ,making her complexion grey or something achieve the same result? ‘Cause that picture looks like it could be any number of (Caucasian) girls I went to school with.

gooterz gooterz 11:28 pm 15 Jun 12

Seriously why not have bars inside the kambah servo and a remote locking door.
It’d be like insta-jail.

DanielK DanielK 8:54 pm 15 Jun 12

Mother Teresa as a novitiate in the Eskimo nunnery in Sitka Alaska c 1890s

poetix poetix 8:20 pm 15 Jun 12

Slice said :

Sally Field?

When I look at that face I don’t automatically think Steel Magnolias.

Slice Slice 6:19 pm 15 Jun 12

Sally Field?

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