Two men extradited from the Gold Coast to NSW over alleged armed robbery

Two men have been extradited from the Gold Coast back to New South Wales, accused of a horrifying armed robbery two years ago.

The pair were allegedly involved in the robbery of a club at Sussex Inlet near Nowra, on Thursday, July 25 in 2019.

Police allege the pair forced their way into the club, one armed with a gun and a sledgehammer, the other armed with a machete and a sledgehammer.


They allegedly threatened six staff members, before locking them in a room and stealing cash.

Following extensive investigations by New South Wales police, they tracked the man down to two addresses in Broadbeach on the Gold Coast.

Queensland police attended and arrested two men, aged 34 and 43 on Wednesday morning (May 26).

They fronted Southport Court, where detectives were granted extradition.

They’re both front Tweed Heads court today, charged with robbery while armed with a dangerous weapon.

Investigations under Strike Force Dalwood are continuing.

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I remember that, great work by the cops.