Armed thieves target two Warilla businesses
|01/07/2018||Posted by admin under 南京夜网||
Police spent Monday doorknocking Warilla after two businesses were robbed at the weekend. Picture: ROBERT PEETPolice have spent Monday doorknocking in Warilla after armed thieves struck two businesses at the weekend.
According to police a man with a knife waited until the Lucky 7 Convenience Store on George Street was clear of customers before he entered Sunday about 10.55am.
He allegedlywent behind the counter, produced the knife and told the male staffer to open the till, before making off with the cash inside.
The Lucky 7 Convenience store in Warilla. Picture: ROBERT PEET
The Caltex Service Station on Shellharbour Road was also targeted in a separate incident on Sunday evening.
About 6.15pm a man in a hoodie and sunglasses walked into the station shop with a handsaw.
According to police the manthreatened customers and a 28-year-old man working behind the counter and demanded money.
The Caltex Service Station in Warillla. Picture: ROBERT PEET
He fled after staff handed over an undisclosed sum.
General duties police, detectives, the dog squad and forensic service officers have all since attended the service station.
The investigation into the convenience store robbery has included a fingerprint examination and will be aided by CCTV footage.
Police have called on members of the public who can assist the investigations to contact Lake Illawarra Police Station on 4232 5599.
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