A CAR was pushed at law enforcement officials at a service station in Weston early yesterday morning (November 1).
About 12.20am, police had been on the Ampol service station on Kirkpatrick Road once they went to talk to the occupants of a crimson Honda Civic.
Because the officers approached the car, it was pushed at them earlier than fleeing. No-one was injured.
The male driver of the car was carrying a beige baseball cap, black face masks and darkish clothes.
A feminine passenger is described as being of Caucasian look, with darkish brown hair, carrying a crimson hoodie, black monitor pants and white runners.
Anybody who witnessed the incident or who has dash-cam footage of the realm across the time of the incident ought to name 1800 333000, or through the Crime Stoppers ACT web site.
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Ian Meikle, editor