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Armed robbery at Tweed Heads South servo

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An investigation has commenced following an armed robbery at a service station at Tweed Heads South yesterday morning.

About 10.25am a man entered the service station on Minjungbal Drive and threatened the cashier with a knife before demanding money.

The cashier handed over cash and the man left the store.

No one was injured during the incident.

The man has been described as being 30 to 35 years old, Caucasian appearance and a solid build. He has blond hair.

Investigations are continuing.

 


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