A man in his 40s and a teenage accomplice are facing charges over armed robberies last month where staff were threatened with a gun.
In the early hours of August 14 a man entered a Coles Express on Erindale Rd in Warwick at 12:40am and demanded money.
He left the store and just two hours later hit a 24 hour convenience store in Inglewood armed with a gun, where he also demanded cash.
The staff member refused to give the man any money and he again fled.
A 43-year-old man will appear in the Perth Magistrate's Court today facing charges relating to the offences.A 17-year-old will appear in the Children's court on October 5.
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