Moree armed robbery: Police appeal for information
Police are appealing for information following an armed robbery in Moree last night.
About 9.20pm (Thursday 8 September 2016), a 19-year-old pizza delivery driver attended a home on Adelaide Street, when he was confronted by two unknown males.
A third man, armed with a knife, then approached the delivery driver, demanding money.
The delivery driver complied, and the trio ran from the scene taking an amount of money.
As inquiries continue, police would like to speak to three men who may be able to assist them.
One is described as being of thin build, with a dark complexion, 183cm tall, and was wearing a black hooded jumper, black track pants and black shoes.
The second man is described as being of thin build, also with a dark complexion, 165cm tall, and was wearing a brown jumper and a black flat-brimmed cap.
The third man is described as being of thin build, with a dark complexion, about 165cm tall, and was wearing a black hooded jumper with a red stripe on the left side, navy blue track pants with two white stripes down the legs and dark-coloured joggers.
Police are also appealing for information following an aggravated break and enter in Glen Innes yesterday.
About 5.20am (Thursday 8 September 2016), a 28-year-old woman and 29-year-old man were asleep in their residence, which is attached to a local business on Church Street, when an unknown person armed with a knife entered the premises.
Police have been told an altercation occurred between the intruder and the man in the premises, who was struck in the face.
The premises was ransacked and cash was stolen from the location. The man in the home suffered minor injuries; however, did not require medical treatment.
Officers from New England Area Command were notified and commenced an investigation.
It’s believed a second unknown person was also sighted outside the residence at the time of the incident.
Police are urging anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers.
Media Release: September 9, 2016
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