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PoliceTape-featureimagePolice are searching for three men who held up a tattoo parlour in Casino yesterday.

About 9pm on Thursday, the three masked men entered the tattoo parlour on Centre Street and threatened an employee with a knife, screwdriver and hammer.

The men removed cash and alcohol and were last seen running down Stapleton Avenue.

Police were alerted and conducted a patrol of the area, but the men could not be located.

Detectives would like to speak to three men who were seen in the area shortly before the incident.

They are described as being of Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander in appearance and aged between 14 and 16 years old.


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