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ACT Policing seek witnesses to daylight robbery at Watson BP

14 January 2018 3:56 AM
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ACT Policing seek witnesses to daylight robbery at Watson BP

A man robbed a Canberra service station after filling a station wagon with petrol on Sunday, police say.

ACT Policing said the man arrived at the Watson BP service station at the corner of Antill Street and the Federal Highway about 8.35am.

They are calling for witnesses or anyone with dash-cam footage in the area at the time of the robbery to come forward.

The man is described as Caucasian, about 180 centimetres tall, about 35 years old, with a goatee beard. He was of medium to heavy build, wearing a dark blue cap with a white Seattle Seahawks logo, dark sunglasses, a silver coloured necklace, a dark puffer style sleeveless vest, a long sleeved top with white sleeves and a dark body with white writing, blue trousers and black Adidas running shoes with white stripes. Police believe he may also have a full sleeved tattoo on his left arm.

The man drove south on Antill Street in the maroon Mitsubishi station wagon, which had ACT registration YAX86R. It had no registration plate on its back.

Police ask anyone who saw anything or knows anything about the crime to call them on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or to visit the Crime Stoppers ACT website.

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Source: theage.com.au

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