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Police hunt delivery boy robbers

The image of the man police seek in relation to robberies of pizza deliverers.
The image of the man police seek in relation to robberies of pizza deliverers.

ROBBERS who targeted pizza deliverers in three separate incidents in Grafton earlier this year are still being sought by police.

Yesterday investigators issued an image of a male they wish to speak to.

The Daily Examiner reported in February about the three robberies of pizza delivery boys.

The first was in Bacon St, Grafton on December 10, the second involved a Dominos Pizza driver on January 29 in Bent St, South Grafton, with the third also happening on Bent St but involving an Eagle Boys driver on January 31.

Detective Sergeant Graham Burke of Coffs/Clarence Local Area Command yesterday released the image.

"Grafton detectives commenced Strike Force SULUS to investigate the circumstances of all three armed robberies," he said.

"We have received a number of leads and continue inquiries with the view there is a possibility all three incidents are linked.

"Investigators would like to speak with the male identified in the comfit image.

"Members of the public who believe they may recognise the male are urged to call Grafton Police or Crime Stoppers."

Grafton Police can be called on 6642 0222 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  crime, grafton, police, robbery




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