Glamorous physician’s daughter, 23, and her lesbian lover allegedly rob three petrol stations of money and cigarettes with an axe and a knife
- Eleanor Rohana Ashford and Sarah Canceri charged over alleged robberies
- They’re accused of stealing money and cigarettes from Sydney service stations
- Ashford and Canceri, each 23, have been allegedly armed with a rusty axe and knife
A distinguished physician’s daughter and her lover allegedly robbed three service stations whereas armed with a rusty axe and knives.
Eleanor Rohana Ashford and her girlfriend Sarah Canceri are accused of stealing money and cigarettes from three service stations in Sydney’s southwest.
The couple, each aged 23, have been arrested within the early hours of Saturday and charged with three counts of theft armed with a weapon.
Sarah Canceri (left) and her girlfriend Eleanor Rohana Ashford (proper) confronted court docket on Saturday after they have been charged with three counts of theft armed with an offensive weapon
Canceri and Ashford allegedly robbed three service stations in Sydney’s southwest whereas armed with a rusty axe and a knife
Police allegedly seized quantity plates believed to be stolen, knives, an axe, cash and cigarettes from the Mitsubishi Lancer the couple have been travelling in, the Sunday Telegraph reported.
The court docket heard police have been referred to as to a service station on Heathcote Highway, Moorebank, about 11.45pm on Friday after experiences money and cigarettes have been allegedly stolen by two individuals armed with an axe and knives.
Thirty minutes later, police have been referred to as to a different service station on Newbridge Highway, in the identical suburb, the place money and cigarettes have been allegedly taken.
At 1.15am on Saturday, police have been referred to as to a 3rd service station, on Camden Valley Method, Edmondson Park the place an worker was allegedly threatened with a hammer. Money was additionally allegedly stolen.
Canceri and Ashford (pictured collectively) are accused of stealing money and cigarettes from three service stations
The court docket heard Ashford’s father, Wollongong surgeon Dr Bruce Ashford, was keen to drive his daughter to Wollongong Police Station day-after-day if she was granted bail.
Nevertheless, Ashford’s bail utility was withdrawn. She was remanded in custody to face Liverpool Native Courtroom on Might 19.
Canceri didn’t apply for bail. She is going to seem earlier than Liverpool Native Courtroom on Monday.