Instagram couple accused of wild Sydney crime spree

Josh Dutton
·News Reporter
·1-min read

A Sydney couple have been charged with a string of armed robberies across the city鈥檚 southwest.

Eleanor Ashford and Sarah Canceri, both 23, faced Parramatta Bail Court on Saturday charged with three counts of robbery armed with an offensive weapon.

The women are accused of a number of armed robberies across Sydney's southwest. Source: Instagram
The women are accused of a number of armed robberies across Sydney's southwest. Source: Instagram

It鈥檚 alleged on Friday about 11:45pm the pair, armed with an axe and knives, stole money and cigarettes from a service station in Moorebank and fled the scene in a Mitsubishi Lancer.

Police said two women then threatened an employee at a separate Moorebank service station with knives and an axe before fleeing about half an hour later.

It鈥檚 further alleged at 1:15am on Saturday, the pair threatened an employee at an Edmondson Park service station before fleeing with cash.

Two women seen robbing a Moorebank service station.
Two women rob one of the service stations. Police said the pair were armed with an axe and knives. Source: 7News

The two were arrested, after being tracked by the Dog Unit, at Denham Court 15 minutes later.

Ashford and Canceri will face court again at a later date.

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