NT Police are seeking three males who they believe have information about an alleged aggravated robbery at an Alice Springs service station last week that has already resulted in the arrest of six teens.
Police said the service station on Railway Terrace was ransacked and an employee threatened after a group of people forced their way into the store on July 14.
Police said the three males they are currently seeking the public’s help to identify “have information which may assist investigations” into the incident.
“We continue to seek information from members of the public, in particular the assistance in identifying these three individuals who we believed may be able to further help us with our inquiries,” said A/Det Snr Sgt Kelly.
All three persons of interest are described as young Indigenous males.
One was wearing a tanned LA Lakers hat, black Nike shirt and black shorts.
Another is described as having a slim build, wearing a Tupac shirt, black shorts and a multi-coloured beanie and orange footy boots.
The third had a moustache and beard and was wearing a navy and black hooded jacket, black cargo pants and a “colourful bucket hat”.
Police said Strike Force Viper detectives had already arrested six youths in relation to the alleged aggravated robbery ages 13 to 16.
Anyone with information about the three males is asked to contact police on 131 444.