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SAPOL – Flinders Park servo hold-up

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Police are investigating after a robbery at a Flinders Park service station this morning.

Just before 5am on Monday 26 October, police were called to a service station on Grange Road at Flinders Park after a hold up alarm was activated by a staff member.

A man entered the service station wearing a black mask when he produced what appeared to be a firearm and demanded cigarettes and money.

He stole a small quantity of cigarettes and a small quantity of money and he was last seen on foot heading west on Grange Road.

Western District patrols quickly set up cordons and PD Marley was called in to assist with the search.  PD Marley tracked a scent to Scott Avenue however the offender was unable to be located.

The offender is described as about…



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