Teen charged with aggravated robbery

Last updated 15:52 10/07/2012

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An 18-year-old man has appeared in Rotorua District Court charged with aggravated robbery after he allegedly threatened a dairy owner with a tomahawk.

The shop owner chased the teenager 500 metres down the road yesterday afternoon after he had walked into the Ranolf St shop and allegedly filled his pockets with cigarettes.

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