Monaro Police District: Coffee and convo with your coppers

Have a free cup of tea or coffee with a cop at Bungendore this week. All community members are invited to Cafe Woodworks, 20 Malbon Street at 10am on Wednesday April 17. This is a wonderful opportunity to ask questions, voice concerns and meet local police.


About 6pm on Wednesday April 10, an unknown male entered the TSG Store at Jerrabomberra Village.

He threatened the store attendant, and then demanded and left the store with cigarettes.

His identity and whereabouts are currently not known. No weapon was involved and no one was physically injured.

The male is described as being aged between 30-35 years old, caucasian, fair complexion, clean shaven, 175cm tall and wearing a blue baseball cap, a grey hooded jumper and carrying a blue and orange bag.

A crime scene was established and has been examined by specialist police. Local detectives have launched an investigation into this crime.

  • Anyone with any information or dash cam footage or mobile phone footage should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


How far can you run to help the families of fallen police officers? Challenge yourself, your friends, your family or your colleagues. Every kilometre you do will help raise money for the Police Legacy families. You can walk or run, any distance, anywhere, any time. Just register online; then pick your time, pick your place, and start your Run 4 Blue during May. Cost: $35 per person. Registrations close May 31.

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Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council's Youth Field Day in Moore Park on Saturday April 13 was a great way to celebrate the beginning of Youth Week 2019. Monaro Police District officers had a great day out, spending time with local young people, but were well and truly out-played in a game of basketball. Well done, QPRC; a great event.

Queanbeyan Police Station, 6298 0599.

Queanbeyan Police Station, 6298 0599.