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Robbery – Cove Tavern, Hallett Cove

Posted on 27/06/2023

A renewed appeal has been made to help identify a male who robbed the Cove Tavern at Hallett Cove on 18th August 2014.

At about 10pm on Monday, 18th August 2014, a male entered the Cove Tavern at Ramrod Avenue, Hallett Cove and produced a double barrel shotgun. He then demanded money from gaming room staff.

He is described as 195 cm (6’4″) tall, stocky build with a slight pot belly. At the time he was wearing a long sleeved jumper with stripes down the arms and over the top a red/orange Everlast t-shirt worn inside out, black tracksuit pants with stripes down the leg. He had on gloves and his head and face were covered.

The male is believed to have left the scene in a dark coloured Holden Commodore sedan, which was seen by a witness leaving a nearby car park at speed.

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