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Spanner, syringe and knife used in adult shop robbery

TWO men are due to face court this morning after an alleged armed robbery at a Princess St adult shop overnight.

The men, aged 30 and 35, were arrested near the shop Totally Adult.

Police allege a quantity of cash was stolen during the incident.

A police spokesman said a spanner allegedly used by one offender had been located but a knife and syringe allegedly used by the other offender were yet to be located.

Scenes of crime has processed the crime scene.

The man will face Bundaberg Magistrates Court this morning.

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