A Griffith man has been charged over an alleged attempted armed robbery in Griffith last week.
Police allege the 36-year-old man entered a service station on Banna Avenue and pointed a firearm towards a staff member about 9 pm last Friday (20 October).
The man allegedly threatened the worker before fleeing the store. No one was physically injured.
Officers from Murrumbidgee Police District established a crime scene and commenced an investigation and following inquiries, investigators arrested the man on Animoo Avenue (Griffith) about 10:30 am yesterday (24 October).
He was taken to Griffith Police Station, where he was charged with an outstanding warrant, robbery while armed with a dangerous weapon, possessing an unregistered, unauthorised pistol in a public place, and goods suspected stolen on premises.
The man was refused bail to appear at Griffith Local Court on 25 October.