Police appeal for information following robbery - St Andrews
Wednesday, 19 April 2017 04:35:37 AM
Police are appealing for public assistance after an armed robbery in St Andrews last year.
About 9.20pm on Saturday 17 December 2016, two men entered a service station on Ballantrae Drive, St Andrews, armed with a knife and baseball bat.
Police have been told they threatened staff, before fleeing towards Saggart Reserve, St Andrews.
Following inquiries, detectives attached to Macquarie Fields Local Area Command have released images of two males who may be able to assist their investigation.
The first male is described as being of medium to large build, with short dark hair, and holding a knife. He was last seen wearing a black and white balaclava across his face, a high visibility yellow long sleeve shirt with black sleeves, black tracksuit paints with two white stripes down both legs, black joggers and light coloured full finger gardening gloves.
The second male is described as being of medium build, and was last seen wearing a black hooded jumper, black tracksuit pants with two white stripes down both legs, black joggers and light full finger gardening gloves.
The two men are believed to frequent the Fairfield area.
Anyone with information, or who can identify the males pictured, is urged to contact Crime Stoppers.
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