A 35-year-old man from Murray Bridge has been arrested and faces numerous offences following an aggravated robbery at Clovelly Park, where jewellery and cash was stolen.
It will be alleged that about 11.10am Monday 7 August, police were called to a second-hand store on South Road after reports that two men entered the store armed with a firearm and hammers.
They threatened staff and smashed the glass counters, stealing jewellery and a cash till before fleeing the scene on separate motorcycles.
There were no reported injuries.
PolAir tracked one of the bike across the metropolitan area where it stopped at a house in Penzance Avenue, Christies Beach about 12.30pm.
STAR Group officers and police negotiators attended the scene with local patrols and detectives.
The 35-year-old Murray Bridge man was refused bail ahead of a Christies Beach Magistrates Court date today, facing numerous charges including aggravated robbery, threats to cause harm, dangerous driving and an outstanding warrant.
Detectives from Southern District CIB are continuing with the investigation.
Anyone with information in relation to this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.