Frankston Times 14 July 2020

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Police patrol

with Brodie Cowburn

Armed robbery attempt investigated POLICE are looking for a man they believe was involved in an attempted armed robbery last month. The incident allegedly occurred on 7 June. The man police wish to speak to is described as being around approximately 40 years old, caucasian,

and thin with short brown hair. The man was wearing a grey HSV hoodie, and camouflage cargo trousers. An image of a man police wish to speak to has been released. Anyone who recognises the man or who has information can contact Crime

Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or the Frankston Crime Investigation Unit on 9784 5555.

POLICE in Frankston conducting random COVID-19 restriction compliance checks. Picture: Supplied

A MAN police wish to speak to in relation to an attempted armed robbery. Picture: Supplied

Man blows .277 A FRANKSTON man returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.277 after being pulled over on the Nepean Highway last week. Police sitting in an unmarked car at Bunnings Mornington spotted a Mazda 2 driving erratically at around 11.40am on 8 July, and pulled the car over. The driver, a 45-year-old man, failed his roadside breath test. The man blew 0.277 on his breath test at the police station. He was

charged with drink driving and unlicensed driving, and was bailed to appear at Frankston Magistrates’ Court in February 2021. Police wish to speak to someone who may have witnessed the incident. They are calling for a woman driving a silver or white 4 wheel drive that may have been overtaken by the man to come forward. Any information to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or file a confidential report at au.

ANY SYMPTOMS GET TESTED It’s important to get tested for coronavirus at the first sign of any symptom and stay home until you get your result. Getting tested means you keep yourself, your friends, family, workplace and your community safe. It’s not over yet.

Find out where to get tested visit Authorised and published by the Victorian Government, 1 Treasury Place, Melbourne

Frankston Times 14 July 2020


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