Man enters Bonner home and threatens resident

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Police obtained CCTV footage of the man walking east on Essie Coffey Street towards Roy Marika Street.

IT was still daylight when a man walked into a Bonner home and threatened a resident.  

On July 16 he walked in to the home on Essie Coffey Street at about 4.55pm and threatened the resident, who was not physically injured, report police.

Police describe the offender as being Caucasian, in his 30s, of medium build and about 185cm tall.

He was wearing grey track suit pants and a black, white and green jacket. The man was also wearing a beige baseball cap under a grey hood, sneakers and was carrying a blue backpack.

Police have since obtained CCTV footage of the man walking east on Essie Coffey Street towards Roy Marika Street.

ACT Policing is urging the man pictured, or anyone with any information in relation to his identity, to come forward and speak with police.

If you have information which could assist police you should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website quoting reference number 6577132. 

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