Northern Territory Police have released images of three people they wish to speak to following an aggravated robbery in Alice Springs last week.
Police believe the three males (pictured) have information which may assist with investigations into an incident in which a group of people forced entry, ransacked and threatened a staff member at a service station on Railway Terrace on 14 July.
Detective Acting Senior Sergeant Evan Kelly of Strike Force Viper said police were appealing to the community to assist in the identification of the trio.
“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.
One person is described as a young Indigenous male, with a slim build and was wearing a tanned Lakers cap, Black Nike shirt and black shorts.
One person is described as a young Indigenous male, with a slim build and was wearing a Tupac shirt, black shorts and a blue, grey, red and white patterned beanie and orange footy boots.
One person is described as an Indigenous male, with a moustache and beard and wearing a navy and black two-toned hooded jacket with orange trim, black cargo pants and a colourful bucket hat.
Investigations to-date by Strike Force Viper have resulted in the arrest of six youths ages 15, 15, 14 , 14, 13 and 16-years-old.