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Trio allegedly rob Brisbane McDonald’s, Hungry Jacks as they face court


Teen girl, 18, among three charged over ‘terrifying’ string of alleged fast food robberies as they’re accused of holding up two Hungry Jacks and a McDonald’s

  • Queensland woman, 18, has been denied bail 
  • She was part of a string of alleged fast-food robberies 
  • Two co-accused men are also due to face court 

A Queensland woman accused of taking part in a string of armed robberies that ‘terrified’ fast-food staff has been denied bail.

Denika Dianne Appleton, 18, of Ellen Grove, was arrested over the alleged robbery of four outlets across Ipswich and Brisbane’s southside on January 15 and 16 in which staff were threatened with knives and a firearm.

Ms Appleton along with two male co-accused allegedly demanded cash and valuables from both staff…



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