Innocent Ngunnawal family ‘endangered’ by gang

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AN innocent family in Nugunnawal was luckily unharmed after a criminal gang discharged a firearm several times and set fire to the front door of their home on June 19. 

Chief police officer Justine Saunders says the residence was the previous home of a Comanchero member, but it’s not anymore.

“It’s a family home for a completely innocent family,” she says.

She says this latest incident is particularly concerning as it endangered innocent members of the community.

ACT Policing is urging anyone who saw a silver utility or suspicious activity in the Ngunnawal area, or has information or video footage that could assist police, to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000 or via their website.

 

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