ROBBERY: Maranoa servo held up by masked men with machete
Police are still on the lookout for two male suspects who allegedly held up a Warrego Highway service station with a machete.
A Queensland Police spokeswoman said money and cigarettes were taken from the location.
Officers remain on scene but investigations are continuing.
Nobody has been charged yet.
A service station in a Maranoa town has been allegedly robbed this afternoon.
Police were notified of the incident just after 3.30pm and are currently on scene of the Warrego Highway scene at Yuleba.
A Queensland Police spokeswoman confirmed two male suspects were seen in the area after the alleged armed hold-up.
Police are on their way to a possible armed robbery at a Yuleba service station, where two men have been reported to be walking away wearing surgical masks.
A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman said police are heading towards a Warrego Highway location at Yuleba, but they have yet to arrive.
The Western Star believes one of the suspects allegedly came in with a machete and took $300 about 3.35pm this afternoon, February 25.
It is believed the suspects are heading eastbound.
More to come...