An adolescent young lady has been accused of furnished theft after she professedly raged into a Queensland benefit station and requested money while using a huge blade.
The 16-year-old young lady supposedly raged into Opportunity Powers in Bundaberg, north of Brisbane, around 6.30pm on Saturday, as indicated by police.
The youngster supposedly pushed a lady and kid off the beaten path before standing up to two staff individuals with the blade.
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A female staff part behind the counter gave the looter $500, store proprietor Muhammad Ali disclosed to News Mail.
CCTV caught the episode as it unfurled.
Video film demonstrates the aggressor, who is wearing a cap and dark texture over their face, holding a huge blade in their correct hand and as they opened up a little rainbow sack for staff put trade out.
‘She had a pack with her and advised my staff part to put the cash in it, Mr Ali told the distribution.
‘We didn’t see her face since it was covered up and she was likewise wearing a top.’
Staff reached the police rapidly after the young person professedly fled.
Police uncovered on Monday they had captured and charged a 16-year-old young lady with the wrongdoing.
She is confronting a charge of outfitted burglary and a random number of taking.
Mr Ali revealed to News Mail he was cheerful nobody was harmed amid the occurrence.
‘I think everybody will be terrified about this event again later on,’ he said.