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Woman wears Zorro mask in servo robbery
Woman wears Zorro mask in servo robbery

A woman wearing a ‘Zorro style eye mask’ used a large knife to rob a service station in Adelaide’s northern suburbs early this morning.

Police say the woman entered the United service station on Main North Rd at Pooraka at 5.20am and threatened the attendant with a large knife she took from her handbag.

They say security footage from the service station shows a woman in her mid 20s, of medium build, with long, blonde, curly or wavy hair that appear to be hair extensions.

They say she was wearing black leggings, black flat slip-on shoes, a dark grey fitted cardigan and a black sash with holes cut out tied across her eyes, like a Zorro mask.

She also had a pink leather-look handbag with a long strap.

Police say the woman appearance is quite distinctive and have asked anyone who might know the offender to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, on online at www.sa.crimestoppers.com.au.

Meanwhile, police say a man also used a knife to rob a service station at Alberton just before 6am.
He fled with a small amount of cash.