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Canterbury Police are seeking the public's help to find two thieves involved in an aggravated robbery at a service station.
At around 10.18pm on September 8, the two entered the station on the corner of Carters Road and Courage Road.
They were both wearing balaclavas and believed to be carrying a firearm.
Both demanded the cashier to give them cash and cigarettes. They each left with a small number of items demanded from the cashier and on foot.
The community might be able to identify the two men. Police are asking the public to report any information if they have been offered cigarettes for sale in the area or at the time of the robbery.
Those with information can contact the police on 105 or anonymously on 0800 555 111 and quote the file number 210909/8284.
Image: SUPPLIED/Facebook- Canterbury Police
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