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Robber uses plastic bag to hide face

UPDATE: POLICE have charged a woman with armed robbery following investigations into a raid on a Hungry Jacks restaurant overnight.

It will be alleged the 34-year-old accused placed a plastic bag - with eye holes cut out of it - over her head before demanding cash from an employee at the Goodna business about 1am Monday.

Police say the woman reached in and grabbed money from the cash register and that when an employee tried to stop her, she warned them that she was concealing a gun beneath her clothing.

The woman will appear at Ipswich Magistrates Court on June 25.

09:34: A WOMAN who robbed a Goodna fast food restaurant overnight attempted to conceal her identity by wearing a plastic bag over her head.

Police said the woman walked up to the drive through window of the Hungry Jacks store on Brisbane Rd about 1am Monday.

She ordered a female staff member to hand over cash from the cash register, telling the victim that there was a gun concealed under her clothing.

The staff member allegedly stood back while the robber helped themselves to cash from the cash register.

Police are currently interviewing a woman regarding the robbery but have not laid any charges.

Topics:  goodna, robbery




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