Employees forced to ground during armed robbery

TWO men have allegedly entered the rear of a pizza shop and robbed it at gunpoint. 

Police say around 10:13pm, two men with their faces covered entered the Gawain Road shop through the rear door armed with a firearm and a knife.

They have then allegedly forced the employees to the ground before stealing cash and fleeing.

They were last seen heading towards the intersection of Norris Road and Bracken Ridge Road.

The men are described as Caucasian in appearance, with one wearing a black and white long sleeve shirts with blue seams, white shoes and a shirt wrapped around his head.

The second man was last seen wearing a black jumper, knee length grey pants and black and white shoes.

Police patrolled the area but were unable to locate the man.

Topics:  firearm qps robbery theft

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