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Police investigate Dartford and Gravesend shop robberies hours apart
A PAIR of shop robberies hours apart yesterday in Gravesend and Dartford are being investigated by police.
In the first incident Kent Police was called at 2.04pm to reports of a robbery in Blackwell Jewellers and Pawnbrokers in High Street, Gravesend.
A man entered the store and threatened staff with a weapon, believed to be a knife, before leaving with a quantity of jewellery, according to reports.
No injuries were reported and enquiries are ongoing.
Little more than five hours later a robbery at a convenience store in Hill House Road, Dartford, saw officers called at 7.08pm.
Two males reportedly entered the store and stole a quantity of cash after threatening a member of staff with a stick.
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