Terrified Telford teenager tells of knifepoint petrol station raid shock

Terrified Telford teenager tells of knifepoint petrol station raid shock
 

Two people burst into the BP Mound Way Service Station in Madeley, Telford, at about 8.40pm on Sunday and made off with £148.57.
Amber Steventon, who quickly pressed the panic button when approached by the thief, said she could sense something was wrong as soon as they entered the petrol station.
One held the door open while the other, whose face was hidden by a scarf, handed over a plastic bag and demanded it be filled with money.
After the bag was filled, the pair left with £148.57. They left another till, items within the shop and staff members belongings.
Amber said the events still... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 36
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