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Alleged offender 1 taken from CCTV.

POLICE have released CCTV images of two alleged offenders following the aggravated robberies of two taxi drivers in Red Hill and Weston on Friday, September 9.

The first incident occurred around 4.40am when the taxi driver was approached by two men in Cygnet Crescent, Red Hill. One of the men punched the driver while the other opened the passenger door and stole a mobile phone and wallet.

The second incident occurred around 5.55am in the Cooleman Court car park in Weston. The driver was threatened by two men, one with a possible tyre iron, who robbed him of his mobile phone and wallet.

Alleged offender 2.
The first offender is described as wearing a white-coloured jumper and the other a dark-coloured jumper. Both males are described as Caucasian in appearance.

Anyone who recognises the men is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report via the Crime Stoppers website on www.act.crimestoppers.com.au . Information can be provided anonymously.

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