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Workers tied up during robbery at South Australia service station



A hunt is underway for three men who tied up workers with cable ties during a robbery at a South Australian service station.

Police said three men, one armed with a crowbar, went into a service station in Port Wakefield about 1am on Wednesday and stole cash and cigarettes.

"The staff members were restrained with cable ties whilst the men attempted to break into the safe using a concrete cutter," police said.

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The men were still inside the service station an hour later when members of the public turned up and disturbed them.

The men then ran out the back of the building and fled in a grey Holden Statesman sedan.

The car was last seen heading south on Port Wakefield Highway.

Police searched the scene but didn't find the three suspects.

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Robbery at service station in Port Wakefield.

"The suspects were wearing dark jumpers and pants with dark cloth face coverings, when they entered the store the men put on high vis vests," police said.

Investigations are continuing.

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