New Zealand father-of-seven who held up Subway with a replica gun fights to ...

New Zealand father held up a Subway store with replica gun, Queensland 2016   James William Ryan, 35, dressed in black with red bandanna demanded the $856 The father-of-seven was sentenced to five years imprisonment for the robbery Ryan also received a sentence for the assault of his ex-partner's boyfriend

By Zoe Zaczek For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:53 BST, 22 June 2018 | Updated: 01:53 BST, 22 June 2018

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A New Zealand father-of-seven who held up a Subway store with a replica gun is determined to stay in Australia.

In 2016, James William Ryan, 35, dressed in dark clothing and covered his face with a red bandanna before entering a Subway store with a replica gun.

Ryan, who was five weeks into his parole, pointed the gun at a man inside the store and demanded the worker hand over cash. 

James William Ryan (pictured), 35, dressed himself in black and covered his face with a red bandanna when he held up a Subway worker with a replica gun

James William Ryan (pictured), 35, dressed himself in

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