Police have released footage showing the moment an Eagleby fast food worker was assaulted by alleged theives who robbed the store at knife-point.
A 17-year-old man has been charged over an alleged armed robbery of a fast food restaurant on River Hills Road on Wednesday 15 November.
Police will allege two masked men entered the restaurant armed with knives around 8.15pm and demanded money from the employees.
“They allegedly threw items at one of the staff members, before stealing a quantity of cash and fleeing on foot,” a police statement read.
“A 17-year-old Eagleby man has since been charged with a string of offences, including robbery armed in company and assault occasioning bodily harm.”
He appeared at Beenleigh Childrens Court on 18 November and was remanded in custody, to reappear on 12 January.
Investigators have released CCTV of the alleged incident as part of an appeal for public assistance.
Officers are urging anyone with information, particularly motorists who may have been driving along River Hills Drive between 8pm and 8.25pm on November 15, to contact them.
Nearby residents are also urged to review their CCTV for any relevant vision.
Investigations are continuing.