ACT Policing have arrested three people in relation to an aggravated robbery in Spence on Friday morning 10 July.
The trio is due to face the ACT Magistrates Court this morning, Monday 13 July.
A 23-year-old Stirling man will face charges of aggravated robbery in company, aggravated burglary – intent to commit harm and common assault.
A 21-year-old Dunlop woman is to face charges of aggravated burglary with intent to harm and aggravated robbery in company.
A 20-year-old Dunlop woman will face charges of aggravated burglary with intent to commit theft and aggravated robbery in company.
Police are still seeking three other people involved in the incident; two men who entered the Spence residence, and a woman who is believed to have driven the offenders from the scene.
Anyone with information that could assist police is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website. Please quote reference 6572153. Information can be provided anonymously.
Man to face court after driving at police
In a separate incident, a 29-year-old man from Ngunnawal will face numerous charges including new offences relating to driving at police and damaging a police vehicle.
About 2.30pm on Saturday 11 July, police arrived at a unit complex in Ngunnawal to arrest the man.
Police will allege the man attempted to avoid being arrested, and in doing so deliberately reversed a car towards the officers, who managed to move out of the way. The police were not injured.
It will be further alleged that the man’s car collided with another vehicle and a shed before he drove at police for a second time. The man then attempted to flee the scene on foot after his car collided with the police vehicle and drove through an open carport and collided with a fence.
Police would like to thank members of the public for their assistance during the incident.
The man will face the ACT Magistrates Court this morning, Monday 13 July, on seven charges including the new Section 29A and 29B offences for driving at police and damaging a police vehicle, fail to stop, and dangerous driving offences.