A teenager has been arrested as police investigate an armed robbery at a Corowa service station.
The 19-year-old Adelong man was taken into custody in the town yesterday following the incident at the Honour Avenue Mobil on Saturday morning.
He is yet to be charged.
Police had been seeking two men for the incident, who were both armed with knives when they targeted the business.
They stole cash and cigarettes.
Detective Chief Inspector Winston Woodward said the man was "assisting us with our enquiries".
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"It is expected that possibly later on today, that 19-year-old will be charged and we will allege (he is) one of the offenders who committed that robbery," he said yesterday.
The teenager had been taken to Albury Police Station for questioning.
"The male in question does come from Adelong originally," he said.
"Why he's in Corowa is unknown to us.
"Detectives will interview that male and hopefully we will have a result.
"There is one male outstanding and we're working very hard on that."