- Incident occurred just three weeks after the service station was last robbed
- The boy and attendant were unhurt during the robbery on Friday night
- The masked thief held up another convenience store just two hours later
- Serial robber is wanted for multiple robbery offences spanning months
Security footage from a service station hold up shows the moment a young boy was terrorised by an armed intruder.
The young boy was recorded running from the kitchen, into view of the armed intruder, and then down a hallway at a Brisbane service station on Friday night.
The masked thief jumped the counter to give chase before turning around and running from the store, 9 News reported.
An armed robber has terrorised a young boy during a hold up at a a Brisbane service station.
The service station attendant, Sandeep, who is employed by the boy’s father, said the man came in demanding money before he and the young boy fled to find safety.
This incident comes only three weeks after after Sandeep was held up and had a knife put to his throat.
‘It’s really, really bad, especially for the people who are working at night-time,’ he told 9 News.
The serial armed robber struck again later that night, terrorising two women working at a Bundamba convenience store.
The boy and the service attendant immediately ran through the kitchen but the armed intruder gave chase
The armed intruder gave up quickly and fled from the scene before robbing two service attendants at a convenience store just two hours later
He threatened the two women with a knife before they emptied the till and he took off.
The man is also wanted by Police for another robbery which occurred at a Booyal service station earlier this year.
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