Police hunt liquor store robbers

AMY MAAS
Last updated 09:45 30/07/2013
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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Police would like to speak to these men.

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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Police would like to speak to these men.
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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Police would like to speak to these men.

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Police are hunting two men who allegedly seriously assaulted a liquor store employees in Auckland.

The men are accused of robbing the Takanini Liquor Bargain about 8.45pm last Thursday.

Police say one of the men had a firearm and threatened to shoot one of the employees.

The men assaulted two employees, police say, leaving one with a broken jaw.

The other employee was knocked unconscious and suffered injuries to his eye.

Police said the men fled in a black four-door Mazda Familia.

Anyone who recognises the men are urged to contact Detective Brendon Pearson on 09 292 0256 or to call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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