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UWitnessIt

Welcome to South Australia Police's uWitnessIt

South Australia Police invites members of the public to assist in significant investigations via the submission of vision and photographs captured at the scene of major incidents.

Police are currently gathering public footage in relation to the following incidents:

Robberies at hotels and licensed premises

This portal has been created members of the public and hotel staff to post photographs, CCTV and video images relevant to any of the series of aggravated robberies that have recently been committed at various locations across metropolitan Adelaide at hotels and gaming rooms.


Sexual assault at Munno Para

Police are investigating an incident at Munno Para this morning, where a woman was allegedly sexually assaulted.

About 7am today (Friday 11 October) a woman was walking along a path in a wetlands area near Ramsar Road, when she was hit in the head with an unknown object and sexually assaulted.


Fatal Crash at Mount Gambier

Major Crash Officers are investigating the circumstances of a fatal crash at Mount Gambier early this morning.

Just after 12.15am, Friday 11 October, police and emergency services were called to Lake Terrace East after reports a man was lying on the road.Investigations indicate the man had been hit by a vehicle and sadly the 51-year-old local man died at the scene.

Police are appealing for anyone who was in the Lake Terrace East area between 11.30pm (10 October) and 12.45am (11 October) and may have images or vision of the incident are asked to submit their footage.


Suspicious behaviour at St Kilda playground

Police are calling for any witnesses who may be able to help an investigation into suspicious behaviour at St Kilda children's playground on Monday 30 September.

An unknown man, described as tall and fair, approached a child at the playground about 5pm.

The child was not harmed in any way.

Anyone who was at the St Kilda playground between 4.30pm and 5.30pm on Monday is asked to come forward.


Murder at Parafield Gardens

Police are appealing for stills and vision following the death of a man who was allegedly assaulted on 29 June 2019 at Parafield Gardens.

At 12.40am, Saturday 29 June, police were called to a licensed premises on Martins Road after reports of an alleged assault outside the venue.

On arrival, police patrols located a man with serious injuries being assisted by members of the public, ambulance officers treated the 46-year-old man from the northern suburbs at the scene, before conveying him to the Royal Adelaide Hospital in a critical condition. Sadly, the injured man died in hospital on 30 June.


Assault of a man at Hindley St, Adelaide

Police are appealing for stills and vision following the assault of a man at Hindley St, Adelaide (near Bank St) about 4.20am on Sunday, 30 June.

The 25-year-old victim sustained an injury to his throat, and remains in hospital in a stable condition.


Assault on Jogger at Oaklands Rd, Marion

Police are appealing for stills and vision following the assault of a jogger at Oaklands Rd, Marion (near the skate park at Oaklands Recreation Plaza) about 5.40am on Thursday, 16 May.

The suspect is described as Caucasian, between 20 to 30 years old, clean shaven with a slim build. He was wearing an Army green coloured knitted beanie. He was last seen jogging west from bus stop 22B towards Oaklands Recreation Plaza.


Serious Assault on Couple at Light Square, Adelaide Carpark

Police are appealing for stills and vision from the public following the assault of a couple by two men in a city carpark, about 2.20am on Sunday 7 April.

Following a verbal altercation, the victims aged in their 20s were assaulted while walking through the TAFE Adelaide carpark in Light Square.

Police believe that a number of witnesses to this assault may have filmed the incident.


If you can assist by sharing photographs or video relating to these investigations, please click on the relevant link.

You will receive a private, secure link via SMS, allowing you to submit your footage for review.

You have the option to remain anonymous when supplying your footage.

Thanks for your contribution, and for helping SA Police to keep SA safe.