Police search after Carphone Warehouse, Cardiff, robbery

Carphone Warehouse in Cardiff city centre A helicopter and tracker dogs were used in the search after the raid

Police are searching for two men who raided a mobile phone shop in Cardiff.

The police helicopter and sniffer dogs are looking for the pair in the Llandaff and Pontcanna areas of the city.

South Wales Police said the men robbed the Carphone Warehouse, Queen Street, on Saturday at around 09:30 BST.

They made off in a car and police have appealed for witnesses. Nobody was hurt during the incident.

A police spokesman said: "Two males took items from the shop and made off in a vehicle.

"They have not yet been located."

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