Mandurah Police on hunt for pair responsible for attempted armed robbery

Mandurah Police on hunt for pair responsible for attempted armed robbery

MANDURAH Police are seeking information in relation to an incident where a man threatened three people with a knife and demanded they hand over their wallets and phones.

Police want to identify two men who were involved in the attempted armed robbery in Mandurah on January 27.

About 3am, three people were walking along Mandurah Terrace when they were approached by the two men.

One of the men threatened the victims with a knife and demanded they hand over their wallets and mobile phones.

While being confronted by the men, two of the victims ran on to Mandurah Terrace and tried to stop passing cars.

When they were unable to do so the victims ran back to the Silver Sands BP service station and contacted police.

One of the men is described as being fair skinned, 190cm tall, about 25 years old, medium build, short dark hair with a short mullet and wearing a black hoddie, black shorts and thongs.

The other man is described as dark skinned, 175cm tall, about 25 years old, skinny build, wearing a black balaclava, grey hoodie, white T-shirt and black chino pants.

Police are asking anyone who may have seen the incident or may have CCTV vision of the incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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