A 19-year-old woman has been charged following an alleged armed robbery at a Narooma service station last night, July 5.

At about 6.30pm, police said the woman allegedly threatened the attendant with a carving knife, demanding cash at a service station on the Princes Highway, Narooma.

“The attendant complied and the woman fled on foot with cash,” a police spokesperson said.

Officers from South Coast Police District attended a short time later and established a crime scene.

The staff member was not physically injured.

Following inquiries, a woman was arrested at Narooma Police Station at about 2.15am on Monday, July 6.

“A crime scene warrant was executed at the woman’s home a short time later, where investigators seized clothing and a knife believed to be used in the robbery,” police said.

The woman was charged with robbery armed with an offensive weapon.

She was refused bail and is due to face Batemans Bay Local Court today.

Extracted in full from: https://www.naroomanewsonline.com.au/story/6820264/teen-charged-over-alleged-armed-robbery-at-narooma-service-station/?cs=12&utm_source=website&utm_medium=index&utm_campaign=sidebar