ACT police are appealing for information after a two cars and a mobile phone was stolen during an alleged crime spree over the weekend.
The crime spree involved three aggravated robberies in Weston Creek and Canberra, in what police say could be linked.
The first incident happened around 1.30am on Saturday, where a man's mobile phone was stolen.
An ACT police spokesman said a black hatchback was believed to have been used during the theft.
Police say they then received reports on Sunday around 3.25pm of a Holden Astra being driven dangerously through the streets of Rivett.
Two women inside the Astra then reportedly threatened the driver of a black Volkswagen Golf, before stealing the Golf.
Both cars were seen driving towards the Rivett shops, before they were recovered by police.
In a third incident, two people were seen stealing a silver BMW from a unit complex in Turner in the early hours of Monday morning.
ACT police have launched an investigation into the series of thefts and have called for anyone with dash-cam of security footage of the incidents to come forward.
Anyone with information has been urged to contact CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000.