Man threatened fruit shop staff with a gun

A MAN walked into a Tarragindi fruit shop and threatened a staff member with a firearm, Queensland Police have said.

QPS have now called for anyone with information on the armed robbery to phone Crime Stoppers.

The robbery happened about 12.30pm on Sunday, QPS said in a statement.

Police said the man demanded money from a staff member. 

"The man was then handed a sum of money from the shop attendant, before leaving the shop and being driven from the scene in a silver sedan," the statement said.

"The vehicle was last seen driving east on Marshall Road towards the Pacific Motorway."

He was described as a blonde Caucasian man aged about 20. 

Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or at crimestoppers.com.au.



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