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Shop worker injured after robbery at knife-point

Gardaí in Ballymun are investigating the crime.

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A SUPERMARKET WORKER was injured as a raider made off with a small sum of cash during a robbery.

The man entered the Eurospar store on the corner of St Pappin Road and the Ballymun Road after 7pm on Tuesday.

After approaching the till, he produced a knife and threatened staff, demanding money.

Gardaí say that a number of staff became involved and one received an injury during the altercation.

The man, who is described as 6’1″ and wearing a black raincoat and black trousers, managed to secure a small sum of cash and left the shop.

Gardaí in Ballymun are investigating the crime. Anyone with any information can call 666 4400.

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