Woman flees man with hammer in MacGregor

A woman was allegedly threatened by a man with a hammer as she prepared to drive from a home in MacGregor early yesterday (July 5).

Shopping centres robbed minutes apart

While examining whether the two incidents are linked, police are calling for witnesses, CCTV and dash-cam footage of the suspected aggravated burglaries at the Ngunnawal and Forde shopping centres.

Woden assault: do you know this man?

Here's the CCTV the police have issued in their search for the alleged perpetrator of an assault on a man at a Phillip bar on Saturday, June 22.

Is this the face of Lake Ginninderra’s flasher?

Police have released a second face-fit of a man sought in connection with acts of indecent exposure near Lake Ginninderra in May.

Police want help with car smash

Police are seeking help as they work to establish the circumstances leading to a silver Holden Astra smashing into a tree on the Monaro Highway.

Sobering stats send message to motorists

There hasn’t been a day in the first four months where police haven’t seen someone endangering their safety and other road users' safety, says officer in charge of traffic operations David Wills. 

Vandals wreck multiple cars in Belconnen

More than 10 cars in Belconnen suburbs such as Flynn and Latham have been vandalised in the early hours of Sunday (April 28) morning.

Witnesses needed after Barton crash

POLICE are calling for witnesses after a white Hyundai Getz collided into a concrete barricade on Bowen Drive early this morning (April 18).  Four occupants...

Evatt man charged with attempted murder

AN Evatt man has been charged with attempted murder following a stabbing in Mitchell on Tuesday, April 16.  The stabbing, which happened at about 4.30am,...

Guns and drugs send man to court

A MAN has been charged after he was found with guns and drugs in Narrabundah yesterday (April 11) afternoon.  Police searched a vehicle and a...

Missing teen raises ‘serious’ concern

"SERIOUS" concerns for the wellbeing of teenager Tanya Thompson-Brown has been raised by police and her family after she went missing on Monday (April...

Cops want help with triple-car smash

Police are calling out for help with a triple-car smash in Bonython last month.

Scam threatens Canberra’s Chinese community

Scammers have targeted Canberra's Chinese community for the second time in two years. Police say $150,000 was paid to the scammers last month. 

Bad weekend for motorcyclists in Gungahlin

It was a bad weekend for motorcyclists in Gungahlin with drink driving, speeding and a collision reported.

Daytime burglars leave empty handed

One of three men dressed in balaclavas threatened a resident with a weapon before leaving a Gordon home empty handed during an attempted robbery this morning (March 19). 

Woman breaks free when grabbed in Turner

A woman has managed to break free after she was grabbed by a man in Turner on Sunday (March 17) morning. 
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Serious assault in Palmerston: four in hospital

Serious assault in Palmerston overnight with four people being rushed to hospital.

Canberra man dies in crash near Goulburn

THE driver of a semi-trailer has died after it overturned in the northbound lanes of the Federal Highway near Goulburn this morning (March 13).  The...

Man charged with Gungahlin murder

A MAN, 30, has been charged with murder following the death of a 56-year-old man in Gungahlin on Monday (March 11).  Police allege the 30-year-old...

Bikie shootout in Richardson, one person wounded

A HOUSE in Richardson was under fire from what police suspect was a bikie gang attack in which a number of people approached the home and started firing at  around midnight today (March 11).

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