Knife-wielding thieves hit Edinburgh Castle Hotel, Kedron

By on March 12, 2014
Edinburgh Castle Hotel in Kedron, Brisbane.

A KNIFE was used to hold up the Edinburgh Castle Hotel bottleshop at Kedron last night (Tuesday), police media reported.

Police said two men entered the hotel about 7.40pm and demanded money, cigarettes and alcohol from an attendant.

The men drove off with the stolen items in a light-coloured, late-model hatchback along Edinburgh Castle Rd.

The attendant and two customers in the bottleshop were not harmed, police said.

The men were described as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander in appearance, were both about 183 centimetres tall, and covered their faces with dark jumpers.

One of the men was wearing an orange high-visibility shirt, blue pants and grey shoes. He was carrying a black backpack.

The second was wearing a blue jumper, dark pants and grey shoes.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

About Nick Moore

Nick Moore is the editor of NorthernLife.com.au. He also edits the printed Great Wait. Nick started as a journalist in 1993 and has worked for Fairfax, News Corp and APN.

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