Video: armed masked men allegedly rob servo, leave with tobacco and cash
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Video: armed masked men allegedly rob servo, leave with tobacco and cash

Police have released footage of three masked men allegedly robbing a Park Ridge service station early this morning.

Police say that at around 4.30am, three males wearing marks, with one carrying a knife and another a pole, entered the Chambers Flat Road business.

“The offenders demanded that the attendant open the registers and place the cash in a bag before removing all the tobacco drawers,” a police statement read.

“The employee complied and was not physically harmed.”

The three males left the scene in a dark-grey Hyundai towards School Road.

Police believe all three offenders were Caucasian in appearance.

Earlier in the week, on Monday (29 April), a worker at a Logan Central service station was also allegedly threatened with a weapon.

Police said a man entered the Wembley Road store around 5.40am.

“After a short verbal exchange, the man fled the business without any cash or property before he got into a black Holden Commodore VE and left the scene,” a statement said.

Police described the man as Caucasian in appearance, with a solid build and short hair.

“He was wearing a cream jumper, black pants, and a black bandana covering his face,” a police statement said.

Police said it had a faded or spray painted roof, aftermarket wheels, a chrome front grill and no number plates.

Footage of the incident can be seen below.

Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed either incident or may have dashcam vision in the surrounding areas to contact police.

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