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FURTHER ARRESTS FOLLOW GOLD COAST ROBBERY

A second man has been charged over the alleged armed robbery of a man on the Gold Coast.

Police say that shortly after 4am on Friday the 30th of November, the 27-year-old was in sitting his car on Tallebudgera Creek Road in West Burleigh, when another man entered the vehicle armed with a knife.

It’s alleged he demanded money and stole a laptop, before a second man stole the victim’s mobile phone.

The 27-year-old was not injured during the incident.

Following investigations, a 24-year-old Labrador man was charged with one count of armed robbery last Saturday.

It follows charges being laid against a 20-year-old Coolangatta man on December 1 for armed robbery, and possessing a knife in a public place.

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