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Aggravated robbery – Port Wakefield

Posted on 19/12/2023

At 2am on Wednesday, 13th September 2023 three males were caught on CCTV robbing a service station in Port Wakefield.

The trio stole numerous tobacco products and stole cash from an ATM, before leaving in a grey Holden sedan.

The vehicle, which was possibly a Caprice or Statesman, was last seen travelling south on Port Wakefield Road exiting the township.

The two service station attendants had their arms and legs cable tied during the robbery, but were not physically injured.

Suspect 1 is described as being a Caucasian male. At the time he was wearing a bandana/balaclava with white motifs on the front covering nose and mouth, a hat, and dark coloured clothing including a black hoodie.

Suspect 2 is described as a male. At the time he was wearing a black bandana/balaclava across his face and dark coloured clothing.

While there is no CCTV of suspect 3, he is described as a male with darker coloured skin, slight build and Australian accent. He was wearing a grey jumper, balaclava across face, and dark coloured pants.

Anyone with information can anonymously contact Crime Stoppers online at or freecall 1800 333 000. Please quote reference number 23-175TV.



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