Green Valley Local Area Command
Police Release Images Of Four Men Who Can Help With Alleged Stealing Investigation – Green Valley
Green Valley Police have released CCTV photographs of four men who may be able to assist with inquiries into an incident at a service station in Green Valley last week.
About 1.30 am on Monday, 11 January, two men entered the service station on Cowpasture Road and took bottled drinks and confectionary items, walking out without paying for the items.
The first man is described as 18 to 20 years old, obese build and of Mediterranean / Middle Eastern appearance with short, dark hair and a short hair. He was wearing a white singlet and black football shorts.
The second man is described as 18 to 20 years old, slim build and of Indian / Pakistani appearance. He was wearing a white hat, black shirt and black shorts.
The third man is described as 18 to 20 years, very slim build and of Indian/Pakistani appearance. He was wearing a white and brown hat, white singlet, white and grey army pants and a black “bum bag”.
The fourth man is described as 18 to 20 years old and of Indian / Pakistani appearance. He was clean shaven and was wearing white ‘London’ brand hooded jumper, grey jeans and white shoes.
“Police rely on the community to help us to identify persons of interest.” Detective Superintendent Mark Szalajko, Commander of the Green Valley Local Area Command, said.
“We all want to live and work in a safe community and anyone with information is urged to contact us.”
Anyone with any information about the four men in the photographs is urged to contact Green Valley Police on 9607 1799 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Calls can be made anonymously.