POLICE have arrested a man over the frightening armed hold-up of a shed-renting business in NSW earlier this year.
It’s alleged a group of people, one of whom was armed with a shot gun, stormed the Cobb Highway business at Moama on Thursday 21 May.
Detectives from the Deniliquin Local Area Command formed Strike Force Parmal to investigate the matter and as a result, arrested a 32-year-old man at a Moama home on Thursday.
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He has since been charged with accessory to robbery whilst being armed with a dangerous weapon.
A man, 22, and a 20-year-old woman are already before the courts over this matter following their arrest in June, while a warrant remains outstanding for the arrest of Jason Schuback, 42, described as Caucasian in appearance, and about 170 to 180cm tall.