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Image of Highbury robbery suspect released

Posted on 03/07/2018

A computer-generated image of the suspect and CCTV of the car involved in an aggravated robbery at Highbury last month has been released.

About 4.30pm on Monday 25 June a man attended at a home on Wicks Road, telling the occupants that he was delivering a package.

When the resident opened the door to let the man inside, he allegedly produced a handgun and demanded cash and jewellery. As the woman went into another room, the suspect left empty handed and drove off in a small black car towards Dene Road.

No one was physically injured.

The suspect is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 170cm tall with a stocky build, dark hair and stubble, aged in his 20’s. He was wearing black pants and a green and yellow hi-vis top.

CCTV footage of the suspects’ car travelling on Dene Road and Lower North East Road, Highbury, a short time later has been released.

The car appears to be a 2000’s model black Holden Barina and has its hazard lights flashing while driving.

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