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Snack Shack hit by robbery

THE recently opened Fry St Snack Shack has faced a setback after it was broken into during the early hours of yesterday.

The thief made off with the float from the till, but manager Rob Drummond said he would not let the break-in stop trade.

"Nothing gets me down. I'm a pretty positive person, so my plan of attack is to look at more security and keep doing what we do, which is make good, fresh food," Mr Drummond said.

"It's very disheartening, but there's no point in me sitting there and stewing about it, it's just not worth it," he said.

"We just have to be vigilant and make sure everything is locked up and safe."

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Mr Drummond said the Snack Shack was busy since opening three weeks ago, and thankful for the support from the Grafton community.

"We've had some regular customers starting to come in which is good to see, and as long as we keep putting out good, consistent food, and we have good prices, people will keep coming back," he said.

"Things have been going really well, which makes this so disappointing, but we're open and not going anywhere."

 


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