A Victorian man arrested and charged over his alleged involvement in Monday’s armed robbery of the Pambula Supermarket has been refused bail.
David Langman, 36, faced Bombala Local Court on Tuesday, August 2, charged with a string of offences, some of which stem from Monday’s incident at Foodworks Pambula.
Bega Police said the man allegedly produced a 20cm long knife and demanded money from a supermarket staff member.
He allegedly left the supermarket with several packs of cigarettes and some confectionery, chased off by several members of the public.
Langman was arrested at Tathra and charged with robbery armed with an offensive weapon, as well as dishonestly obtaining property, two counts of larceny, police pursuit, driving while disqualified, not giving particulars to other driver, two counts of receiving property stolen outside NSW, and malicious damage/destroying property.
Langman was refused bail and remanded in custody to reappear before Bega Local Court on September 27.
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