Police are on the hunt for two men after Tolland’s Bourke Street service station was held up for the fourth time.
At 4am this morning two men, bearing a knife and what is believed to be a firearm, entered the service station and proceeded to threaten the attendant.
The men stole cash, cigarettes and drinks before fleeing the scene in an unknown direction.
Detectives and the forensic team have attended the site and are investigating the case further.
It is unclear whether the two men were captured on CCTV footage and whether they fled the service station by car or on foot.
The offenders have been described as wearing baseball caps, and hooded jumpers, which were pulled up to cover the lower part of their faces.
Inspector Mark Murphy of the Wagga police said the investigation was still in its early stages.
“At this stage we haven’t been able to identify the offenders and the investigations are still continuing,” he said.
“Obviously this is a very fluid investigation because it’s only just happened, but we’re doing everything we can to find the perpetrators at this early stage.”
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