A teenage girl was threatened by "two masked men with a handgun" during an armed robbery at a Co Armagh service station last night.
Police were called to a service station on Castleblayney Road, Keady, following reports that two men wearing balaclavas armed with a handgun and a wheel brace had threatened a teenage shop worker and demanded money.
The pair then fled from the scene with a sum of cash in a dark coloured Mercedes in the direction of Castleblayney.
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One of the men was described as wearing a Superdry Hoody and blue jeans while the second was wearing a dark coloured jacket.
The member of staff was not injured during the incident but was left shaken.
A PSNI spokesperson said: "Detectives are investigating an armed robbery at a service station in Keady last night, Tuesday 11 October.
"Shortly before 7.30pm two men wearing balaclavas and armed with a handgun and wheel brace entered the store on Castleblayney Road. They threatened a teenage girl who was working there and demanded money. The pair then made off from the scene with a sum of cash in a dark coloured Mercedes car in the direction of Castleblayney.
"One of the suspects was described as a Superdry hoody and blue jeans. The second was wearing a dark coloured jacket.
"The staff member was left shaken but wasn't physically injured. Detectives are keen to hear from witnesses and anyone who may have captured dash-cam footage in the area at around the time of the robbery. They can be contacted by calling 101, quoting reference 1693 11/10/22.
"Alternatively information can be submitted online using the non-emergency reporting form via http://www.psni.police.uk/makeareport/ or via Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at http://crimestoppers-uk.org."
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