Can you help Police to solve this armed robbery?
Can you assist Waikato Police to solve this armed
appealing to the public in order to resolve an armed robbery
of the Masters Avenue Superette on 20 May 2014.
on Tuesday 20 May, two offenders entered the store, one
armed with a pistol, which was presented at the lone
shopkeeper. A quantity of cash and cigarettes were taken and
the offenders fled on foot.
Police have released the
attached CCTV images. One image contains the two offenders
in the act, who may be able to be identified by their
The other two images are of two people who were
in the store prior to the robbery acting in a suspicious
manner. Police would like to speak to these individuals in
order to eliminate them from the enquiry.
Anyone with any
information is asked to contact Detective Stuart McIntyre
from Hamilton Police on 07 858 6200. Information can also
be provided anonymously to the organisation Crimestoppers on
0800 555 111.
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