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FIREARM USED IN COFFS HARBOUR ROBBERY

A service station attendant has been threatened with a firearm, during a robbery in Coffs Harbour overnight.

Around 3am, a man entered the service station on Harbour Drive, threatening the male attendant before stealing cash and cigarettes.

He was last seen running east on Harbour Drive.

Police are looking to speak to a man who may be able to help with their inquiries.

He’s described as being 183cm tall and wearing a grey hooded jumper, dark pants, black joggers with white soles and a balaclava.

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