Supermarket manager held up

23rd December 2008, Comments 0 comments

Owner of the supermarket franchise was forced to go inside the supermarket with the gangsters.

The franchise owner of a Champion supermarket in Sint-Truiden (Limburg) was held up this morning. When the man arrived at the supermarket, he was threatened by armed gangsters.

The franchise in question is located on the Luikersteenweg road in Sint-Truiden. The owner of the supermarket franchise was forced to go inside the supermarket with the gangsters. They demanded money from the cash registers.

The police were alerted and they surrounded the supermarket. They thought that the robbers were still inside, but as it turned out they had escaped via the roof. The gangsters are still at large. They made off with at least €25,000.

Night shop robbed in Denderleeuw

In Denderleeuw (province of East Flanders), a night shop in the Stationsstraat was held up. The robber threatened the owner with a weapon and demanded the money from the cash register. He made off with some €1,000 in cash and 4 packs of cigarettes.

(flandersnews.be/Exaptica)

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