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Aggravated robberies – Magill and Klemzig

Posted on 04/07/2023

A renewed appeal has been made to help identify a man suspected of committing two aggravated robberies on suburban Adelaide banks in July 2007.

The male was caught on CCTV walking into a business on the morning of Friday 13th July 2007. Police suspect this is the same male who committed the robbery a short time later at the Commonwealth Bank on North East Road at Klemzig.

On the morning of Monday 16th July 2007, investigators believe the same man attempted to rob the Bank SA at Magill. On that occasion he handed a note to staff demanding money, and when staff activated the security screens he ran from the branch.

The man is described as Caucasian and would now be aged in his 40’s. He is described as about 175cms tall, with a receding hairline (and may now be bald).

Police would particularly like to hear again from previous callers about these incidents, and they can continue to remain anonymous.

If you have any information you can anonymously share what you know online at or freecall 1800 333 000. Please quote reference 23-71TV.




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