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AN employee has been threatened with a knife when a man and a women robbed Fyshwick’s Anaconda store in broad daylight this morning (September 21).
The man and women attempted to leave the store with stolen items at about 10.45am when a store assistant approached the offenders and was threatened with a knife.
The offenders left the store and drove away in a silver car towards Queanbeyan.
The male is described as approximately 5’6″ tall, aged in his mid-twenties, Caucasian in appearance with closely cropped blonde hair. He was wearing a black hoodie and black track pants.
The female is described as approximately 5’6″ tall, Caucasian in appearance, wearing a black long sleeved shirt and black leggings.
Information in relation to this incident can be provided to police on 131 444.
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