Bushrangers Heading for Tumut

23 December 1841 The Colonial Observer (Sydney)

Three armed bushrangers are committing depredations at Borrowa; they robbed Messrs. Campbell and Haslingden's stations there, and threatened to flog the Superintendent; they were last heard of robbing the public House at Juggyong, apparently on their way across to Tumut, or down the Murrumbidgee.

Police parties from Yass and Goulburn are on their track but we hear not as yet of any capture.