Three men arrested after knife robbery at shop
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Three men have been arrested after a shop was robbed in Norwich.
Three men have been arrested after a shop owner was robbed at knifepoint in Norwich.
Police were called to the Rosary Road Convenience Store on Rosary Road, Norwich, at around 7.30am on Saturday, December 14.
The owner had been threatened and robbed. It is understood the robbers stole 12 packets of cigarettes before escaping.
Officers arrested three men in the nearby area at around 8.15am after a search.
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Shop assistant Callum Bradley was not working at the time, but said he had been shaken-up by the news.
He said: "It must've been horrible. Luckily they just took a few packs of tobacco and ran.
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"I'm quite nervous to be in the shop. If I'd have been in at seven then that would have been me. It's worrying."
Police are currently questioning the three arrested men.