Knife-wielding bandit robs servo for cigarettes and cash

A KNIFE-wielding bandit has robbed a Queensland service station, demanding cigarettes and cash.

Police say at 9.40pm on Sunday, the man went inside a service stations on the Cunningham Highway and approached the staff member.

"He produced a knife and made demands for cash and cigarettes, and when the attendant complied, the man fled the scene on foot," according to a police statement.

Police say that noone was physically injured in the confrontation.

Authorities are now attempting to find the man, described as Caucaision, in his 20s and with brown hair.


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