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Man charged Following Armed Robbery at Kinglassie Post Office

Nowadays, as technology is improving the robbery methods are also getting sophisticated. In this series, here we present to you an armed robbery case that took place at Kinglassie Post Office by a man. He was charged.

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Let us now jump towards the incident…


The Police in Fife is investigating following an armed robbery that took place at a post office.

This all happened around 2.15 pm yesterday at the post office in KInglassie Main Street.

First, the male suspect entered the post office and took away a four-figure sum of cash by showing a hammer to a female staff member.

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The Police were contacted and the Fife’s criminal investigation department officers are now appealing for witnesses.

Regarding the looks of the suspect, then the suspect is described to be a white man with medium build and around 5ft 7-8 inches tall.

The clothes that he was wearing was trousers, boots and his face was covered by a scarf.

The hood was worn up over the suspect’s head. Detective Inspector Stewart Andrew of Fife CID said: “The staff member was understandably shaken and distressed by this incident. We are currently pursuing a number of lines of inquiry to trace the man responsible. “Be assured that we will use all resources at our disposal during this investigation, however, we do need the public’s assistance.

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“We believe the suspect made off on foot, so we would be very interested to speak with anyone who was in the Main Street area of Kinglassie around 2.15pm on Thursday, January 18. “I would appeal to anyone who does have information or has sighted any males of a similar description in the Kinglassie area to get in touch with us as soon as practicable.”

Those with information can contact officers at Fife CID on 101, be quoting incident number 1698 of 18 January, or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.