19/06/2015

Armed Robbery In Cabragh

Police are investigating reports of an armed robbery at a filling station in Cabragh.

At around 10.30pm on Thursday, 18 June, three masked men – one of whom is said to have been armed with a fire arm – approached a female member of staff at the premises on the Ballygawley Road.
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The woman is understood to have been threatened and detained by the men while they stole a sum of money. They then fled the scene.

The member of staff suffered minor injuries in the incident.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police. Detective Inspector Will Tate has also appealed for anyone who noticed a dark coloured car or any suspicious activity in the area between 10pm and 11pm, to come forward. Police can be contacted via 101, or information can be passed on anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

(JP/MH)

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