Armed robbery at fuel station

Police want to speak to this person about a service station robbery in Chinderah.
Police want to speak to this person about a service station robbery in Chinderah.

POLICE have revealed information this morning regarding an armed robbery of the BP service station at Chinderah on February 25.

According to Tweed police, a man aged about 17-19 entered the service station on Chinderah Bay Dr about midnight.

He was armed with a knife and demanded money before escaping with a small amount of cash.

The man has been described as Caucasian, about 162-165cm tall with a thin build and shoulder length light brown hair.

He was wearing a dark coloured baseball cap, jacket, dark blue knee length shorts and a white scarf or bandanna over his face.

Police would like to speak to two witnesses in the service station at the time.

If you recognise the witnesses or have any information call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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