Armed man chased from Tinana bakery during Halloween robbery

A MAN armed with a gun has been chased out of the Tinana Bakery by the shop attendant during a robbery on Saturday night.

A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman said two males entered the bakery on Gympie Rd about 9.15pm.

She said one of the men may have been armed with a firearm.

The men made threats and demands for cash but the shop attendant did not comply.

He chased the offenders out of the bakery and then called police.

The police spokeswoman said a wallet and some cash was taken.

A 19-year-old male is assisting police with their enquiries.

No charges have been laid.



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