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Gun used in store hold up

A PAIR of masked bandits used a firearm to threaten a Collingwood Park store attendant during an armed robbery Thursday night.

Police say two men entered a convenience store on Collingwood Drive about 6.40pm - one of them holding the gun as they took off with the cash register.

The 62-year-old attendant was not physically injured during the incident.

One man is described as being Caucasian in appearance, about 180cm and obese.

He was wearing a red long sleeve jumper and his face was covered with cloth.

The other man is described as having a muscular build and about 182cm. He was wearing a grey long sleeve jumper and his face was covered with cloth.

Police investigations are continuing.

Topics:  armed robbery collingwood park



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