He was remanded in custody overnight at Wymondham Police Investigation Centre and will appear at Norwich Magistrates Court this morning.
Hindley spoke only to confirm his name, address and date of birth.
Earlier this month we reported how a man charged with the robbery at the store at about 6.10am on January 9 will appear at Norwich Crown Court later this month.
It is the second separate attack on the West Earlham based store in just a few weeks.
1.20pm yesterday, is the second in just a few days after cigarettes and alcohol were stolen following Puma Fenty Black And Gold
worth it?'. You work long hours and to have someone barge in here and take your profits makes you wonder whether its worth it. But 25 years we've been here and my father 16 years before that so we're not looking to move on but it does annoy you."
No pleas were entered and the case was sent to Norwich Crown Court. No application for bail was made and Hindley was remanded in custody until a preliminary crown court hearing on January 27.
He said: "The worst part is the affect it has on staff. We work long hours and are here a lot of the time and although there's always two people here they have to come in early in the morning and late at night and it makes them extremely nervous.
an incident at the West Earlham store on January 9.
The man was taken to Wymondham Police Investigation Centre where he was expected to be questioned yesterday.
Mr Dowdney said those who commit these sort of offences do not realise the affect it has not only on those who are confronted by them but also on the rest of the staff.
The charge relates to the robbery on January 9 in which cigarettes and alcohol were taken.
It follows an incident yesterday where police were called to the store shortly after 1.20pm after a man had allegedly entered the store, threatened staff and got away with cash.
Earlham Shopper owner, Nigel Dowdney, after the robbery at his shop at Earlham West Centre. Picture: Denise Bradley
Mr Dowdney warned others who are thinking of carrying out raids at the store that it is covered by several CCTV cameras inside and out which means anyone thinking of targeting the shop was "more than likely to be caught".
"It's all staff, not just those that are here when the attack takes place. The perpetrator doesn't think of the affect it has on the business like this. "We serve the local community and cannot do anything without our staff."
Man to appear in court after being charged with armed robbery at Norwich store
The shop was closed for a few hours after yesterday's incident to allow scenes of crime officers to carry out their investigations but then reopened and is open again today as normal.
A man fled the scene with cash following the robbery which was attended by officers who detained a suspect nearby. A knife and cash has been seized.
The court was told that two one litre bottles of vodka and six or seven packets of cigarettes were stolen in the robbery.
Nigel Dowdney, who owns the store and is a director of and East Anglian spokesman of the Association of Convenience Stores, has today vowed to carry on despite admitting he did briefly consider whether it was all worth it after being informed of the latest raid.
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The female worker was left "shaken" following the Puma Creepers Rihanna Tan incident and was sent home but is expected to be back at work today.
Kevin Laskey, of Beecheno Road, Norwich, is accused of robbing the Earlham Shopper, Earlham West Centre, of 200.
The robbery, which happened at about Puma Ignite Gold
Darryl Hindley, 20, of no fixed abode, appeared before magistrates in Norwich on Saturday, January 11 charged with robbery.
He said: "I definitely won't let them beat me. I'm shaken but not stirred we don't give up.
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