Accused Domino's Pizza robber on the run

A door that was smashed during the robbery at Domino's Pizza.

A door that was smashed during the robbery at Domino's Pizza.

AN arrest warrant has been issued for a man charged with the armed robbery of Domino’s Pizza at Lavington on June 28.

Joshua Rodney Cox failed to attend Albury Local Court on charges of robbery armed with an offensive weapon and damaging property.

Cox, 28, of Wagga Road, Lavington, stole $130 when armed with a knife and damaged a door to get out of the premises.

The robbery happened just before 11pm.

Cox was arrested by police patrolling nearby.

He was released by police after being charged, but failed to comply with bail conditions and may have left the area.

The case was mentioned before magistrate Megan Greenwood, who issued the arrest warrant.

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