ACT Policing is encouraging residents to remain vigilant over the school holidays as borders open up. Anyone heading interstate is urged to follow proper hygiene practices and the health directions of the jurisdiction they are in. More: t.co/Y7JPMp0NTZ t.co/JIbktCHPaA

Police are seeking to identify three people involved in a robbery on Toft Street, Dunlop yesterday. Around 8.10pm, a man was assaulted by two men who attempted to take his wallet & phone. The men fled in a light blue vehicle driven by a third person. More: t.co/1FWEViEFRs t.co/LEHWFJnUjL

ACT Policing is seeking witnesses and footage following a vehicle arson committed in Dunlop yesterday. The windows of the vehicle had been smashed with a rock and a homemade incendiary device had been placed in the vehicle causing an explosion. More info: t.co/EZge9rWMl1 t.co/u645uwJ24P

The missing 54-year-old woman we posted about this morning has been located safe and well. Thanks for all the retweets.

Rosalyn German.
Described as Caucasian, about 167cm (5’4”) tall, with short brown hair and brown eyes. Police are concerned for her safety and are urging anyone with knowledge of her whereabouts to contact ACT Policing on 131 444. Details: t.co/D8FUDbLa4e t.co/fBCHgmw9D3

ACT Policing and ACT State Emergency Service members will conduct a search of Mulligans Flat Reserve this weekend in relation to long-term missing person Jean Policarpio. Jean has not been seen since leaving his home in Bonner on 26 September, 2017. More: t.co/j9VfEfezrL t.co/VINYOBKbbK

A 37-year-old Wanniassa man was charged with high range drink driving yesterday, after returning a blood alcohol content of 0.351, which is more than seven times the legal limit. More information here: t.co/h4oL54vvMz t.co/ou4qaDSfH8

We don’t just receive reports about loud bangs, we also receive reports about hair bangs…Please don’t call Triple Zero (000) because the hairdresser didn’t give you the cut and colour from the picture you showed them!

Police are seeking to identify a man involved in an act of indecency at Coles Supermarket, Greenway on Saturday, 5 September. About 11.30am, the man was seen loitering outside the supermarket before walking inside & behaving in an offensive manner. More: t.co/uMF10ixXSz t.co/dJJZOVsYLQ

ACT Policing is seeking witnesses following an aggravated robbery at a Gungahlin restaurant on Tuesday. Between 1.50pm and 2pm, two men entered the restaurant on Hibberson Street and made demands of staff. They fled on foot a short time later. More: t.co/he14a5J7la t.co/zxpNXjvEA8

Unfortunately the missing 19-year-old man that we posted about last month has been located deceased. At this time there are no suspicious circumstances.

Our friends at Neighbourhood Watch ACT have some great tips to help keep your home and belongings safe this ‘Secure September’. More home security information is available at t.co/S3d8rR6qBN t.co/LyiDFpLjZ9

ACT Policing is calling for witnesses after a driver assaulted their passenger in a moving vehicle in Gungahlin on Sunday, 6 September 2020. The vehicle was driven through several streets and the Gungahlin Marketplace car park. More information here: t.co/sGSOgboKxJ t.co/qzcg675WNG

The missing 95-year-old woman we posted about earlier today has been located safe and well. Thanks for all the retweets.

The missing 95-year-old woman from Garran we posted about earlier today has been found safe and well. Thanks for all the shares.

ACT Policing is seeking the public’s assistance to locate missing 95-year-old woman Amy Thompson. Police and family hold concerns for Amy’s welfare. Anyone who may have information is urged to contact police on 131 444. For more information visit: t.co/krhrMIZKFQ t.co/3Zr7mpfy1o

Officers have been conducting regular compliance checks at Canberra businesses, including 50 since Friday, from Barton to Belconnen and City to Chisholm. We’re pleased to say businesses are working hard to comply with current health directions. Thank you and keep it up! t.co/08t6vMaIe5

The missing 42-year-old man we tweeted about last week has been located safe and well. Thanks for all the retweets.

ACT Policing forced the closure of a bar in Civic on Sunday morning. Officers discovered 32 people in the bar, which has a maximum limit of 28 under COVID-19 restrictions. There was no security & emergency exits were locked. Investigations are ongoing. t.co/uNUnCnt6BE t.co/dgLjD8WdFR

A 35-year-old Aranda man has been charged following multiple ram raids across the ACT, allegedly committed in a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was spotted by police yesterday, the driver failed to stop and was later arrested. More: t.co/KSmy2CCwHT t.co/X5Yub8cmOW

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