Men in black rob Narrabundah newsagency

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TWO men, armed with weapons and wearing all black clothing, robbed the Narrabundah newsagency on Monday (May 14). 

They entered the store at about 12.50pm and stole two tills containing a sum of cash.

After leaving with the tills, they were seen in a green Nissan Pathfinder with registration YLF66Q on Kootara Crescent.

The men are described as being in their 20s and approximately 175cm (5’9”) tall. They were wearing all-black clothing and their faces were covered. Police believe one of the men is Caucasian in appearance.

Anyone who have any information about the incident, including dash-cam footage or the location of the vehicle, that could assist police is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website.

 

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