A service station has allegedly been robbed on the Warrego Highway.
A service station has allegedly been robbed on the Warrego Highway.

Alleged southwest servo robbers in court for breaching bail

The two men accused of robbing a Warrego Highway service station have allegedly breached their bail conditions.

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According to the Department of Justice, Thomas Jeffery Patch, 21, and Dakoda Shannon Manns, 31, appeared in the Roma Magistrates Court on March 4, for allegedly breaching bail conditions.

Their matters have been adjourned for another hearing on April 20.

They are both charged with armed robbery and deprivation of liberty charges.

Police will allege the pair held up the Yuleba business with a knife and fled with money and cigarettes at about 3.30pm on February 25.

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