Two Teens Arrested For Allegedly Stabbing Queanbeyan Servo Worker To Death

Two teenagers have been arrested after allegedly stabbing a service station attendant to death in Queanbeyan overnight.

A co-worker at the Caltex service station attempted to revive the 29-year-old man, who died from his injuries at the scene.
Police allege the 15-year-old and 16-year-old boys stabbed him as part of a violent spree, which also saw them bludgeon two other men and stab another. 
The second stabbing victim is recovering in hospital in a serious but stable condition.
Police appealed for public assistance to locate the suspects in the hours after the attacks.

Monaro Local Area Command’s Superintendent Rod Smith said “our police came across a silver Ford Falcon sedan and attempted to pull that car over.”

After that proved unsuccessful, officers pursued them from southern New South Wales into the ACT. Superintendent Smith said “that pursuit finished shortly after with both of those offenders being arrested without incident.”

Superintendent Smith said “it’s an absolutely horrific series of events, and we’d just like to reassure everybody that there are two people that we believe are involved, and both of those people are currently in custody.”

Police are attempting to extradite the suspects back to NSW. Local authorities are conducting a forensic examination at the scene of the crime.