Armed robbery, Mount Sheridan

A man armed with a hammer stole cash and smashed property at a Mount Sheridan grocery store last night (May 8), Queensland Police say.

Around 8.30pm a man entered the Benjamina Street business with other four other males, all of whom appeared to be carrying cans of alcohol.

After purchasing some items four of the males left.

The offender then approached an employee, a man aged in his early 20s, and kicked him in the leg before entering an office and smashing a computer screen with the hammer.

He threw soft drink over the floor and desk before fleeing on foot with a sum of cash.

He is described as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander in appearance, approximately 175cms tall with a thin build, and was wearing a lime green polo shirt, shorts, black hat and had a cast on his right arm.

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