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A man has been charged after an armed robbery in Lismore.

About 6pm on Saturday, 15 July, 2017, a man entered a service station on Ballina Road, Lismore, armed with a screwdriver.

He threatened the attendant with the weapon and demanded cash. He was handed a sum of money and cigarettes.

Lismore Detectives commenced an investigation.

About 10.30am on Tuesday, a 19-year-old man was brought to Lismore police through the Department of Corrective Services.

He was placed into police custody and subsequently charged with armed robbery.

He was refused bail to appear at Lismore Local Court on Monday 14 August 2017.


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