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Woman cut in shop raid.

A SHOP assistant was cut on the forehead with a knife after a tussle with a robber in the Spar shop in Reardon Court, Warwick, just after 10pm yesterday.

The robber, wearing a balaclava, let the woman shop assistant go before stealing a bag containing about pounds 130-worth of coins.

The robber is described as 5ft 8in, well built, with short blond hair.

A spokesman for Warwick police, said: "There was a bit for a tussle and she stood her ground but, in the end, she let him take the money."

The young woman did not need hospital treatment.
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Date:Jul 2, 2001
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