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Detectives are investigating an armed hold-up at a Casino credit union on Monday.

A man armed with a handgun entered the credit union on Canterbury Street at about 4.45pm and demanded staff handover cash.

The offender made off with a sum of cash and was last seen running towards Hickey Street.

No shots were fired during the robbery and no-one was injured.

The offender was described as being aged in his 20s, of Caucasian appearance, and was wearing a white hooded jumper with black horizontal stripes.

Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information that might assist their inquiries is urged to contact Lismore Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 


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