Man charged after stabbing robbery in Bognor

A MAN has been charged with three robberies, two of them with a knife.

Michael Jones, 28, of Belmont Street, Bognor, appeared in Brighton Magistrates Court on July 16 and was remanded in custody pending his next appearance on August 15.

A man is said to have entered the News Box store on Gordon Avenue, Bognor, just before 9pm on Sunday 26 June.

He forced staff to empty the till after threatening them with the knife and stole around £600.

The Argus: The News Box, Gordon Avenue, Bognor RegisThe News Box, Gordon Avenue, Bognor Regis

Twelve days later, on Friday 8 July, a man entered Castle Wines in Felpham Road, Bognor, walked behind the till and emptied it.

Another man, also from Bognor, was arrested on suspicion of aiding and abetting a robbery after allegedly acting as a lookout. An investigation was launched against the 31-year-old.

On Tuesday 12 July, a man entered the Summerley Lane post office armed with a craft knife and a hammer and demanded cash from the register. He then left the premises on foot.

Anyone with information about any of the incidents should report online or call 101 quoting serial number 1268 dated 06/26. call up. Man charged after stabbing robbery in Bognor

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