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The faces of the Goldcurves attackers

By johnboy - 16 July 2012 11

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ACT Policing has released images of the men alleged to have committed an aggravated burglary at the Goldcurves studio on Wollongong Street in Fyshwick Saturday morning (July 14).

Around 6.15am, two men rang the studio’s doorbell, not realising it was closed. One of the men kicked in a rear door, allowing both men to enter the studio, before being chased out by two of the owners.

A fight occurred between the two men and the two owners in the front car park on Wollongong Street. One of the owners was hit over the back of his head by a glass bottle and the other owner was punched in the face.

Both men fled the scene on foot in an unknown direction. The two owners were taken to The Canberra Hospital for treatment of injuries sustained during the fight.

The two men were described as Caucasian in appearance, about 183cm (6’0”) tall with a heavy build, short hair and spoke with an Irish accent. One of the men was wearing a blue T-Shirt. The other man was wearing a white T-Shirt and a blue beanie and had tattoos on both of his arms.

Anyone who witnessed the aggravated burglary or saw two men matching the above descriptions in Fyshwick this morning is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers website on www.act.crimestoppers.com.au. Information can be provided anonymously.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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The faces of the Goldcurves attackers
p1 12:10 pm 17 Jul 12

figjam said :

It may have been the best they could get at the time. Sometimes only certain managers or IT guys are the only employees who can access CCTV, so it might take days. It’s better to get something out there straight away, rather than wait for a better image and release it after the story has gone cold.

Fair enough. I assume they have caught ’em already, since they haven’t bothered to release a clearer photo?

FXST01 10:23 am 17 Jul 12

Mav said :

milkman said :

Is the one on the right a ginger? Ewwwww…

Well it certainly aint no Mary Ann. lol

Boom tish.

Mav 10:00 am 17 Jul 12

milkman said :

Is the one on the right a ginger? Ewwwww…

Well it certainly aint no Mary Ann. lol

Skidd Marx 8:50 am 17 Jul 12

Awww their parents must be as proud as punch.

milkman 8:05 am 17 Jul 12

Is the one on the right a ginger? Ewwwww…

Pandy 9:15 pm 16 Jul 12

They are not Caucasian!!!!

Refugees from”The Shire”

From Wikipedia

“Irreparable damage was done to Sutherland Shire upon the screening of Channel 10’s latest show, The Shire (Not that it was any good to begin with). The Sutherland Shire passed away peacefully at 8:30pm on 16th July, 2012.”

LSWCHP 7:16 pm 16 Jul 12

fnaah said :

Caption left: “Is that thing a security camera?”
Caption right: “Nah man, it’s totally a fake. Bash the door in like I said before.”

Ah crap. Beat me to it. Obvious, but still good. 🙂

Really, given the expressions and gestures, I assume that an exchange along those lines is exactly what occurred.

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 4:54 pm 16 Jul 12

Haha pair of inbreds.

Such a good picture. Shouldn’t take long for police to id them.

That should be the minimum standard quality for CCTV.

fnaah 1:48 pm 16 Jul 12

Caption left: “Is that thing a security camera?”
Caption right: “Nah man, it’s totally a fake. Bash the door in like I said before.”

figjam 1:28 pm 16 Jul 12

p1 said :

It appears that a security camera, for the first time ever, may have recorded a usable image of someone’s face. Why does it appear that ACT Policing then took a photo of a monitor with a iPhone and released that?

It may have been the best they could get at the time. Sometimes only certain managers or IT guys are the only employees who can access CCTV, so it might take days. It’s better to get something out there straight away, rather than wait for a better image and release it after the story has gone cold.

p1 11:51 am 16 Jul 12

It appears that a security camera, for the first time ever, may have recorded a usable image of someone’s face. Why does it appear that ACT Policing then took a photo of a monitor with a iPhone and released that?

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