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Murwillumbah supermarket robbed by knife-wielding man

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Police are investigating the armed robbery of a Murwillumbah supermarket yesterday afternoon in which a female staff member was threatened with knives.

The incident happened around 5.55pm when a man armed with knives entered the Brisbane Street supermarket and threatened the staff member while demanding money.

The man left the store with a quantity of cash and cigarettes and was last seen running north along Brisbane Street.

When last seen, the man was wearing a hooded jacket over a cap and dark sunglasses.

Police are urging anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


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