Thefts keep Brisbane water police busy

Men to face court, women wanted.

Thefts keep Brisbane water police busy

Police are looking to locate two women regarding a stealing incident at Green Point earlier this month, while also revealing two men will face court next month charged in relation to a robbery last weekend.

The first incident relates to theft from a licensed premises in the suburb at 6pm on Tuesday April 11th.

Officers are seeking the assistance of the community to identify the persons of interest depicted in the attached images, who are described as:

Person of Interest 1: Female, approximately 20 years old, Caucasian appearance, small build, long brown hair, wearing black/red jacket, red under shirt, black tights, black boots and carrying a black bag.

Person of interest 2: Female approximately 20 years old, islander appearance, medium build, long black hair in a pony tail, wearing khaki jacket, black pants and white shoes.

Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1300 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page.

The investigations continue after police charged two men with two counts each of Robbery in Company, over two incidents on Mann Street and Gosford train station last Saturday.

At about 3:30pm, a man was waiting for a taxi on Gosford’s main strip when he was approached by a group of three men.

A conversation took place before the three men allegedly assaulted the man, taking his wallet, watch, shoes and belt.

The group then approached a second man who was seated on the platform at the station. Once again, a conversation took place before the group allegedly assaulted the man, taking his phone, wallet and shoes.

Two of the three men attended Gosford and Penrith Police stations yesterday, and will face court on May 30th and 16th respectively.

Enquiries are continuing to locate the third man.