ACT Policing: Image released after Turner robbery

face-fit image of a female offender responsible for an aggravated robbery in Turner

ACT Policing has released a face-fit image of a female offender responsible for an aggravated robbery in Turner on Monday morning (23 November) which left an 87-year-old woman with moderate injuries.

The female offender is described as being aged in her 30s, of Caucasian appearance, about 157cm tall (5’2”), of solid build, with a fair complexion and light coloured hair that was either tied up or short in length. She was wearing a fawn coloured jacket and dark coloured full length trousers.

About 3.45pm this afternoon (24 November) ACT Policing located the stolen white Mitsubishi Magna sedan which was found abandoned in Watson Street, Turner. The vehicle is believed to have been used by the offender.

AFP forensic officers are currently conducting an examination of the car.

Anyone who thinks they may know who this woman is or may have seen this vehicle being driven around the Turner area from 11.15am, Monday (23 November) as described is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or via the website at www.act.crimestoppers.com.au

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