A getaway car used to flee the scene of an armed robbery at St Leonards Supermarket has been located.
Police made a public appeal to the whereabouts of the stolen white Ford Courier ute on Monday afternoon.
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They have since located the car, which will be subject to forensic testing.
Investigations into the incident are ongoing.
CCTV footage from the business shows offenders enter with a firearm.
Investigations into Saturday's armed robbery at St Leonards supermarket are still ongoing.
Two masked men entered the store about 4pm on Saturday, brandishing a gun and demanding cash and cigarettes from owner Mian Ahmad, police said.
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Mr Ahmad and his family moved to Tasmania from Pakistan three years ago, eventually settling on St Leonards as the ideal place to start a small business and raise their two children.
The second armed robbery in two years has left the family in a state of shock.
"We moved to Australia for our kids, to give them a better future. We came to Australia for safety but this kind of thing has now happened to us twice," Mr Ahmad said.
The offenders left in a stolen white Ford Courier ute with black roof racks and a canopy.
Police are particularly interested in speaking with anyone who saw the vehicle in the area around the time of the incident.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or may have any information is urged to contact the Launceston Criminal Investigation Branch on 6777 3911 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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