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Police hunt man after attempted armed robbery at Hamilton Hill Puma service station

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Police are investigating an attempted armed robbery at a Hamilton Hill petrol station last night.

The incident happened just after 11:30pm when a man went to a Puma Super 7 service station on Rockingham Road and demanded money from the attendant while armed with a gun.

He was unsuccessful and left empty handed.

The man is described as 175cm tall, medium build, light skinned with dark hair and tattoos on his hand.

He was wearing a tie-died t-shirt and knee length blue shorts.

Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to call Crime Stopper on 1800 333 000 or make a report online here.



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