Glamorous doctor’s daughter, 23, and her lesbian lover allegedly rob three petrol stations of cash a cigarettes with an axe and a knife
- Eleanor Rohana Ashford and Sarah Canceri charged over alleged robberies
- They are accused of stealing cash and cigarettes from Sydney service stations
- Ashford and Canceri, both 23, were allegedly armed with a rusty axe and knife
A prominent doctor’s daughter and her lover allegedly robbed three service stations while armed with a rusty axe and knives.
Eleanor Rohana Ashford and her girlfriend Sarah Canceri are accused of stealing cash and cigarettes from three service stations in Sydney’s southwest.
The couple, both aged 23, were arrested in the early hours of Saturday and charged with three counts of robbery armed with a weapon.
Sarah Canceri (left) and her girlfriend Eleanor Rohana Ashford (right) faced court on Saturday after they were charged with three counts of robbery armed with an offensive weapon
Canceri and Ashford allegedly robbed three service stations in Sydney’s southwest while armed with a rusty axe and a knife
Police allegedly seized number plates believed to be stolen, knives, an axe, money and cigarettes from the Mitsubishi Lancer the couple were travelling in, the Sunday Telegraph reported.
The court heard police were called to a service station on Heathcote Road, Moorebank, about 11.45pm on Friday after reports cash and cigarettes were allegedly stolen by two people armed with an axe and knives.
Thirty minutes later, police were called to another service station on Newbridge Road, in the same suburb, where cash and cigarettes were allegedly taken.
At 1.15am on Saturday, police were called to a third service station, on Camden Valley Way, Edmondson Park where an employee was allegedly threatened with a hammer. Cash was also allegedly stolen.
Canceri and Ashford (pictured together) are accused of stealing cash and cigarettes from three service stations
The court heard Ashford’s father, Wollongong surgeon Dr Bruce Ashford, was willing to drive his daughter to Wollongong Police Station every day if she was granted bail.
However, Ashford’s bail application was withdrawn. She was remanded in custody to face Liverpool Local Court on May 19.
Canceri did not apply for bail. She will appear before Liverpool Local Court on Monday.