Australia Machetes, hammers used in Melbourne theft

12:06  12 january  2017
12:06  12 january  2017 Source:   MSN

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Three men armed with machetes and sledgehammers have burgled a Melbourne jewellery store. Three men armed with machetes and sledgehammers have burgled a Melbourne jewellery store. Police have been told the men broke into the Canterbury shop at 1.30pm on Thursday and stole a number of items. No one was hurt during the aggravated burglary, and police are working out what was taken.

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Three men armed with machetes and sledgehammers have burgled a Melbourne jewellery store.

Two teenagers charged over Melbourne jewellery store robbery

  Two teenagers charged over Melbourne jewellery store robbery Two teenagers will appear in court after being charged in relation to an armed robbery of a jeweller in east Melbourne yesterday. Police allege three men armed with machetes and sledgehammers broke into Holloway Diamonds on Canterbury Road at 1.30pm.A 18-year-old Epping man was charged with six counts of armed robbery and other offences.He was remanded in custody and is expected to appear in Melbourne Magistrates Court today. A 17-year-old Dandenong South boy was charged with one count of armed robbery and was remanded in custody to appear at a Children's Court at a later date.

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Police have been told the men broke into the Canterbury shop at 1.30pm on Thursday and stole a number of items.

Staff and customers at a high-end jewellery shop have hidden in a back room as an armed gang smashed their way inside. © Seven News Staff and customers at a high-end jewellery shop have hidden in a back room as an armed gang smashed their way inside. No one was hurt during the aggravated burglary, and police are working out what was taken.

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