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Police appeal following robbery in Beckenham service station
POLICE have appealed for help after a robbery took place in a Beckenham service station earlier this month.
Detectives have asked for information and witnesses and have released a photo of two men they would like to speak to in connection with the incident which happened on September 14.
Police were called at 9.25am to reports of a robbery at the Gulf Service Station in Croydon Road, Beckenham.
A Bromley police spokesman said: “Two suspects entered the shop area and, as they paid for a packet of sweets, one of them punched the cashier causing him to stagger backwards and then grabbed a quantity of cash, believed to be approximately £200 from the till.
“The suspects then fled down Whitmore Road and then down an alleyway leading to Bramerton Road.”
Both suspects were aged in their 30's and approximately 5ft 5in tall.
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