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Aggravated robbery – Parafield Gardens

Posted on 12/03/2024

At 11.30pm on Thursday, 16th November 2023 a male armed with a firearm was caught on CCTV entering a community club on Shepherdson Road at Parafield Gardens.

He threatened staff but left the premises empty-handed. He was seen to get into a light-coloured sedan which was waiting nearby, driven by a second suspect. That vehicle was last seen travelling along Shepherdson Road.

No staff or patrons were physically injured during the incident.

On Saturday, 18th November 2023 the firearm believed to be involved in this incident was located in the vicinity of a Salisbury hotel.

The suspect with the firearm is described as male, approximately 165cm tall, with an average build. At the time he was wearing a navy hooded jumper with white stripes along the arms, black pants, orange-coloured shoes, black gloves and a black face covering.

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