Armed robbery at Forresters Beach service station

Police are appealing for information after an armed robbery at a service station in Forresters Beach on Thursday, February 26.

Two males entered the service station on The Entrance Rd at around 11:40pm.

The first offender, who was armed with a hammer, approached the counter and demanded money from the operator.

A second offender, who was armed with a machete, stood near the door.

The employee handed over a quantity of cash and both men fl ed north along The Entrance Rd.

Fortunately the male employee was not injured during the robbery. Police from Brisbane Water Local Area Command attended along with a police dog which searched the area without success.

Officers have now appealed to the public for information about two men who may be able to assist with their investigation.

The first man was 183cm tall and wore a hooded jumper over his head with black gloves, black track pants and white running shoes.

He was armed with a hammer.

The second man wore a beige hooded jumper over his face, black gloves, beige track pants and white running shoes. He was armed with a machete.

Media release,
27 Feb 2015
NSW Police media

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