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Man sought over Gold Coast armed robbery

AAP logoAAP 30/12/2016 Scott Bailey

A man is being sought over an armed robbery at the same Gold Coast unit where a good Samaritan was killed days later in a hit-and-run.

Police want to speak with 19-year-old Mandal Francis Sellick over the December 23 incident in which a man allegedly used a firearm to demand cash from a teenage male resident.

Darren Pullar, 50, was killed about 1.25am on Boxing Day when he was struck by a car as he attempted to stop another two-man invasion of the same Broadbeach Waters unit.

Police say Mr Sellick may have information to assist them in their investigations into the December 23 robbery.

They have warned the public not to approach Mr Sellick.

David Moke, 27, has already faced court over the December 23 robbery and is behind bars after being denied bail.

Police on Thursday confirmed they were investigating to see if the two matters were linked, while Moke was also charged over another attempted robbery of the unit in the previous week.

In court on Thursday, Moke's duty lawyer Sam Jackson claimed his client was "not the principle offender" in either of the matters he had been charged with.

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