Ram raids hit northern shops

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WITNESSES or dash-cam footage is sought after two early morning ram-raids today (June 24) in Ngunnawal and Charnwood.

Police say that at about 3.30am a vehicle damaged the front entrance of the Ngunnawal IGA. Soon after, reports of a ram-raid at the Charnwood Newsagency were received.

A dark-coloured Toyota RAV4 is suspected to have been used in both incidents. It was later found burnt out near Owen Dixon Drive in Spence.

Anyone with information should call 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website

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