Gunman robs Chapman supermarket

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POLICE are trying to identify a man with an “Australian accent” who robbed an IGA supermarket in Chapman early this morning armed with a gun.

policeThe gunman entered the IGA on Perry Street, Chapman, at about 6.20 this morning, demanded cash and assaulted one staff member.

The offender fled with a sum of cash from the cash register. An IGA employee was assaulted during the incident.

The man was described as about 5’11” (181cm) in height, with a solid build. He was wearing a dark green zip-up jacket and grey Adidas tracksuit pants with white stripes down each side.

Witnesses, or anybody with information about this incident can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or by going to www.act.crimestoppers.com.au Information can be provided anonymously.

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