Mandurah police seeking information on carjacking

Mandurah police seeking information on carjacking

MANDURAH Detectives need help identifying a man they want to speak to about a suspected carjacking on Wednesday November 30.

About 10pm, a 19-year-old man was at a service station on Magenta Terrace in Mandurah filling his Toyota Corolla with petrol.

He paid and was about to drive off when a man entered his car brandishing a knife.

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The man demanded to be taken to the Greenfields area of Mandurah, but when the victim drove close to the Mandurah Police Station, he got out and ran off.

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The victim drove to the man close to the Mandurah Police Station, where the offender alighted from the car and ran off.

The offender is described as fair skinned with a tanned face, a slim build, 188cm tall, in his early 30s, with black shaved hair, clean shaven and missing a top front tooth.

He also had tattoos on both arms and tattoo writing on his right temple, with further tattoos across his back.

The man was wearing a white singlet with a photo on the front, black gym shorts with a red stripe down the side, black trainers and a plain black baseball cap with the peak worn to the rear.

Anyone who can assist in this investigation is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.