PHOTOS: Police release images of knife-wielding robber

POLICE are still hunting for a person who wore a hockey mask while threatening an employee at a service station with a knife.

Police say the suspect entered the 7-Eleven on Nicklin Way at Wurtulla about 2am yesterday with a mask covering their face.

They produced a knife and demanded two packets of cigarettes.

Police are searching this person after they threatened the Nicklin Way 7-Eleven in Wurtulla at 2am on Wednesday, fleeing with cigarettes
Police are searching this person after they threatened the Nicklin Way 7-Eleven in Wurtulla at 2am on Wednesday, fleeing with cigarettes

After receiving the two packets of cigarettes the thief left the store and ran away.

The shop attendant was not injured.

Staff declined to comment on Wednesday..

Police are searching this person after they threatened the Nicklin Way 7-Eleven in Wurtulla at 2am on Wednesday, fleeing with cigarettes.
Police are searching this person after they threatened the Nicklin Way 7-Eleven in Wurtulla at 2am on Wednesday, fleeing with cigarettes.

The robber was wearing a white and black hoodie, black tracksuit pants and a white hockey-style mask.

Anyone with information is urged to phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 



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