Deniliquin Police have arrested two men in relation to an armed robbery in Deniliquin on Sunday.TYLA HARRINGTON February 11, 2014 10:05am
Two men have been charged with aggravated robbery and bail refused after a woman was allegedly cut with a 40cm knife during the robbery in Deniliquin on Sunday.
According to police a Deniliquin man and a Narrandera man have been arrested after they reportedly robbed the Coles Express Deniliquin North service station on Davidson St about 8.40pm.
Police released images yesterday of the alleged offenders taken from CCTV footage at the service station.
The images were published on the police Facebook page and in the Pastoral Times today.
Police say information received from the community led to the arrest of the two young adults.
~ More in Friday’s Pastoral Times
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