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The black Kluger turns up on a crime spree

By johnboy - 16 November 2011 15

ACT Policing’s Criminal Investigations team has arrested a 37-year-old man and a 26-year-old woman from Ngunnawal in relation to several aggravated robberies last night (Tuesday, November 15).

About 7.06pm police responded to an aggravated robbery at Higgins Foodworks. A man entered the store and threatened staff with a knife, demanding money.

The staff complied with his demands. The offender left the store in a black Toyota Kluger 4WD. The description of the offender provided by witnesses was similar to that from previous incidents.

About 8pm Gunghalin General Duties were conducting a mobile patrol located a black Toyota Kluger 4WD which was suspected to be stolen. Located in the rear of the car was a cash tray believed to have been stolen during the robbery at Higgins Foodworks.

ACT Policing’s canine unit detected a scent and led police to a nearby house. Police searched the residence and found items relating to several aggravated robberies.

Following the search, a man and woman were arrested and taken to the ACT Watch House.

The man has been charged with three counts of aggravated robbery in relation to KFC Hawker, Coles/Shell Express Hawker and Foodworks Higgins and ride in stolen motor vehicle.

The woman has been charged with one count of aggravated burglary.

Both offenders will face the ACT Magistrates Court today. The offenders may be charged with further robbery offences at a later date.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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15 Responses to
The black Kluger turns up on a crime spree
Monomyth 5:54 pm 19 Nov 11

Ah, I remember that bitch from High School. You’ve come so far sweetheart!

HenryBG 2:07 pm 17 Nov 11

Brandi said :

Suspended sentence? “The drugs made me do it, Your Honour!”

With no doubt no more than a few dozen priors, they will easily argue for, and be given, their 19th chance by our very kind magistrates. Wouldn’t be surprised if they weren’t already on bail for some previous crimes.

Mothy 10:40 am 17 Nov 11

Linking one story to the other.

And;

Solidarity said :

Mothy said :

Give that dog a bone!

No! The Raiders have had enough bad press this year.

*Golf clap*

Well played sir, well played.

breda 4:17 pm 16 Nov 11

Extra doggy biscuit for someone tonight – and not the prisoners.

Traders in Hawker must be feeling relieved. Maybe they will chip in for the $50 fine and a taxi to counselling if they are convicted?

Thoroughly Smashed 2:31 pm 16 Nov 11

whiteycnb said :

drives a black kluger and lives in ngunnawal AND robs stores geze what is centerlink paying these people?

I guess it wasn’t enough, otherwise they wouldn’t have had to steal a Kluger.

whiteycnb 2:03 pm 16 Nov 11

drives a black kluger and lives in ngunnawal AND robs stores geze what is centerlink paying these people?

dvaey 1:37 pm 16 Nov 11

daddy said :

White commodore must have been broken.

He was probably trying to go incognito.. no-one suspects a black kluger to be dodgy

MissChief 1:33 pm 16 Nov 11

Three cheers for the Criminal Investigation Team! Well done!

Institute 11:11 am 16 Nov 11

Kudos ACT Policing!

Solidarity 11:05 am 16 Nov 11

Mothy said :

Give that dog a bone!

No! The Raiders have had enough bad press this year.

daddy 11:02 am 16 Nov 11

White commodore must have been broken.

Mothy 10:56 am 16 Nov 11

Give that dog a bone!

Brandi 10:37 am 16 Nov 11

Suspended sentence? “The drugs made me do it, Your Honour!”

DUB 10:26 am 16 Nov 11

Good work, I wouldn’t be surprised if they later connect them to another dozen crimes.

Martlark 10:08 am 16 Nov 11

Nice work doggy nose.

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