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Staff at Harrogate iStore threatened with screwdriver during robbery

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received a report at 4.20pm on 17 July that a group of youths had entered the iStore in James Street, and stole a number of mobile phones and laptops.

A member of staff challenged the group and was threatened with a screwdriver.

They ran off from the shop and got into a black vehicle.

Anyone who witnessed the incident or saw the youths, who are described as dark-skinned with short dark hair,  or finds any discarded Apple products, should call North Yorkshire on 101 and pass information.

Incident number for follow-ups -17072019-0347


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