Police Breakthrough in Crimewave


Police have made a breakthrough in their investigations into a recent cross border crime wave.

After a week publicity, seeking more information about a group of youths wanted for questioning, police say they’ve now identified three of the five alleged offenders.

In our original story, Police are searching for five members of a crime gang wanted over a series of break ins at homes and cars across both sides of the border.

Investigators say – some members of the group are understood to have travelled up from Wagga Wagga, in the NSW central west, and linked up with another group from Gungahlin to embark on an alleged prolonged crime wave.

A.C.T. Police – joined by police attached to the Monaro, Hume and Riverina commands are keen to apprehend the young suspects.

The group is accused of taking stolen cars across the border to commit property crimes in Sutton village, north of the ACT, and also in the Queanbeyan area.


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