MAINTENANCE work on Tharwa Bridge has been postponed due to bad weather. Because of the weather, the bridge will be open, but an extra week is needed to complete the project. Tharwa Bridge will be closed […]
AN employee has been threatened with a knife when a man and a women robbed Fyshwick’s Anaconda store in broad daylight this morning (September 21).
The man and women attempted to leave the store with stolen items at about 10.45am when a store assistant approached the offenders and was threatened with a knife.
The offenders left the store and drove away in a silver car towards Queanbeyan.
The male is described as approximately 5’6″ tall, aged in his mid-twenties, Caucasian in appearance with closely cropped blonde hair. He was wearing a black hoodie and black track pants.
The female is described as approximately 5’6″ tall, Caucasian in appearance, wearing a black long sleeved shirt and black leggings.
Information in relation to this incident can be provided to police on 131 444.