NSW Police charge man over Campbelltown robbery on January 22

A man will face court on Thursday over the alleged robbery of a Campbelltown convenience store.

At about 2am on January 22, a man entered the store in Queen Street.

Police allege the man approached the shop employee and threatened him with a knife, before demanding money.

It is also alleged the man took cash from the till and fled the store.

Police attended the Queen Street store and an investigation began.

At bout 11am on Wednesday, January 31, Campbelltown detectives executed a search warrant at a unit in Allman Street, Campbelltown.

Police seized a number of items.

At 5pm on Wednesday, police arrested a 25-year-old man and took him to Campbelltown Police Station.

He was charged with robbery while armed with an offensive weapon.

He was refused bail and is due to appear in Campbelltown Local Court on Thursday, February 1.

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