Kambah assault: facefit released

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A facefit of one of the offenders
A FACEFIT of one of two men accused of assaulting an elderly man in a violent home invasion in Kambah on Wednesday has been released.  

Between 1.25am and 1.55am, two men entered the 73-year-old man’s residence, assaulted him and made demands for money.

The elderly man was taken to The Canberra Hospital where he was treated for minor injuries.

The offender (pictured) is described as about 185cm (6’1”) in height, with a thin build. He has an olive complexion and at the time, had grey stubble. The other offender wore a balaclava throughout the incident.

Anyone travelling on or near Boddington Crescent, Kambah between 1-2am Wednesday morning and may have seen this man should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, orwww.act.crimestoppers.com.au. Information can be provided anonymously.

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