Call for information – Aggravated robbery – Katherine

Northern Territory Police are calling for information after a robbery occurred at two Katherine businesses over the weekend.

Around 1:15am Sunday 24 March, police received reports a group of female youths robbed a service station on Bicentennial Road. The offenders were armed with a blunt edged weapon when forcibly entering the property. They caused property damage and allegedly assaulted a security guard before fleeing the scene with small stolen items.

The youths then attended a second service station on Katherine Terrace. They allegedly assaulted a staff member before stealing cash and fleeing.

Police attended the scene and identified multiple female youths who are currently assisting police with enquiries.

Senior Sergeant Warren Scott said “Katherine general duties are working with Northern Investigations to ensure everyone responsible in yesterday’s offending are charged.

“We have a zero tolerance approach to property crime and charges are expected.”

This incident comes after a string of offences occurring at Katherine service stations in recent times.

Police continue to urge the public to immediately contact police if you witness crime or anti-social behaviour on 131 444 or in an emergency to call Triple Zero.

You can also make an anonymous report through Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or through

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