Detectives investigating an armed robbery on the Shankill Road on Wednesday, March 24, have arrested a 42-year-old man.
He remains in police custody and is assisting with enquiries.
Detective Sergeant Fairfield said: “It was reported that at approximately 10am, on Wednesday, a man armed with a hammer entered the premises, threatened staff and demanded they open the till.
“The robber, who was wearing a light grey hoodie, blue jeans which were ripped on the right knee and a blue Harrington style waterproof jacket, made off with a sum of money.
“It’s believed he then got into a taxi at Agnes Street.”