Service station armed robbery at Ourimbah

Police are appealing for public assistance following an armed robbery at Ourimbah this morning.

Just after 9.30am (Sunday 2 October 2016), a Toyota Camry with two occupants entered a service station on the cnr of Ourimbah Creek Road and Pacific Highway.

Police have been told the male driver filled the car with petrol at the bowser and allegedly drove away without paying.

The service station attendant, a 39-year-old man, attempted to stop the vehicle but it continued driving north on the Pacific Highway.

A short time later, the car returned and the driver entered the service station armed with a handgun.

Police have been told he threatened the attendant and demanded money, before fleeing in the car with cash.

Officers from Tuggerah Lakes Local Area Command attended and commenced an investigation.

As part of their inquiries, police would like to speak to a man and a woman who may be able to assist them.

The man is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 180cm tall, of thin build, wearing a white t-shirt, black shorts and a black and white cap.

The woman is described as being of Caucasian appearance, of large build, with dark hair.

Anyone with information about the man and the woman, or the vehicle, described as a dark coloured late model Toyota Camry, is asked to come forward.


Source: NSW Police

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