Domino’s Holt and Erindale robbed again

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ACT Policing Criminal Investigation detectives are investigating two aggravated robberies that occurred at the Domino’s Pizza stores in Holt and Erindale on Sunday evening (December 6).

Around 9.15pm police responded to reports of an aggravated robbery at the Domino’s Pizza shop on Hardwick Crescent in Holt.

A male with his face covered entered the store carrying a knife and made demands for cash. Staff members complied with his demands and he left the store with a sum of cash.

The male offender was seen leaving the area as a passenger in a black Mazda CX9, which was later identified as stolen earlier in the day.

Around 10.30pm the same male offender in the company of second male entered the Domino’s shop on Gartside Street in Erindale.

Both males were carrying knives and had their faces covered as they jumped the counter and made demands for cash. Staff members complied with their demands and the offenders left the store with a sum of cash.

The male offenders were seen leaving the area in the same black Mazda CX9 identified in the earlier aggravated robbery at the Domino’s shop in Holt.

No one was injured during both incidents.

The first male offender was Caucasian in appearance, around 180cm (5’11”) tall of slim to medium build. He was wearing a blue top with blue pants.

The second man was Caucasian in appearance, around 175cm (5’9”) tall of slim to medium build. He was wearing a black top with black pants.

Police are urging anyone who may have witnessed either incident or have any information that could assist police to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via Information can be provided anonymously.

Police remind people they should not report crime information via Facebook and Twitter pages.

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