Charges laid in Narrogin armed robbery

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
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Camera IconGeneric WA police car image. Credit: Pilbara News

Narrogin Detectives have charged a 19-year-old Narrogin man in relation to an alleged armed robbery at the Shell service station on Egerton Street.

He will appear in Perth Magistrates Court today charged with Armed Robbery, Criminal Damage and Burglary and Commit.

It will be alleged the teenager used a rock to threaten a staff member while demanding cash and cigarettes during the incident on Egerton Street about 6.50am yesterday.

It will also be alleged that he broke into a business on Federal Street between 6:20am and 6:50am yesterday morning.

The 19-year-old searched through the Federal Street business before leaving on foot.

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He was arrested at a home in Fox Street yesterday morning.

More to come.

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