Taxi driver robbed at gunpoint at a service station

BREAKING: A taxi driver was robbed by two men who threatened him with a weapon, police say.

Queensland Police said it was investigating the early-morning robbery.

"Initial investigations indicate just before 2am two men on a motorcycle approached the taxi at a service station on Morayfield Road," QPS said in a statement.

"One of the men produced a weapon and demanded money from the male taxi driver before discharging a shot."

"The 45-year-old driver was not physically injured during the robbery."

Both men were wearing motorcycle helmets and were wearing dark clothes.

Anyone with information can report it by phoning Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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