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The Greater Manchester town left so shaken shopkeepers are keeping their doors locked ALL DAY

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Business owners in Radcliffe have spoken of their fear of leaving their shop doors open or letting staff work alone after a terrifying robbery sent shockwaves through the town.

On a quiet Sunday afternoon a man armed with a meat cleaver burst into Beth’s Cafe & Sandwich Bar on Blackburn Street and threatened a member of staff before leaving with the till.

Police investigating the incident on November 12 have released an image of a person who 'may be able to assist with enquiries' and have urged anyone with information to come forward. READ MORE: Mum's heartbreaking call to family after fearing she was 'dying' READ MORE: Teenager who died after car overturned in horror crash named as heartbreaking tributes pour in The robbery has left staff at Beth’s Cafe & Sandwich Bar ‘traumatised’ and other businesses in a state of shock.

At Pearlywinks Craft Supplies, also on Blackburn Street, a sign has been placed on the door that reads: “Due to recent events in the area please knock to come in.

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