Police believe robberies north of Perth are linked
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Police believe robberies north of Perth are linked

Police are investigating three armed robberies across Perth's northern suburbs in recent weeks which they believe are linked.

Detectives say the series of robberies first began on January 21.

CCTV images of one of the robberies.

CCTV images of one of the robberies.Credit:WA Police

During that hold up, a man entered the Glengarry IGA on Arnisdale Road in Duncraig about 7.45pm, produced a knife and stole cash and other items.

On January 28 at 7.50pm, police believe the same man went back to the same IGA and stole property.

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Then just after 8pm last Friday, police say the same offender robbed the Farmer Jacks store in Woodlands.

He again produced a knife and stole cash and other items.

Police say they're treating the three robberies as linked.

The offender is described as a male, fair skinned, approximately 175-180cm tall and aged in his 20s.

Police want to speak to this man in relation to the robberies.

Police want to speak to this man in relation to the robberies.Credit:WA Police

Police also want to contact a witness to the Woodlands robbery who recorded the incident on their mobile and any other person who was in or around the robberies and who is yet to speak to police.

They should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au

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