Police investigate restaurant hold-up
Police are investigating after fast food attendants working at a restaurant in Umina were held up at knifepoint on Monday, January 14.
Staff at a restaurant on West St, Umina, were preparing to close for the night, when a man came through the back door at about 9:30pm.
Officers have been told the man, who had his face partially concealed, threatened staff members with a large knife and demanded money.
The staff handed over a sum of cash before the man fled on foot.
Officers from Brisbane Water Police District arrived a short time later, establishing a crime scene that was examined by forensic specialists.
As their investigations continue, they would like to speak with a man described as being aged in his mid-30's and about 183cm tall.
He was wearing a grey hooded jumper, dark blue pants and black boots at the time
Media release, 15 Jan 2019
Tony Joyce, Brisbane Water Police District
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