Police appeal after Sully armed robbery
Updated 3:50pm Thursday 17th April 2014 in News
POLICE are appealing for information after an armed robbery at the One Stop Shop in Sully
Two men, armed with a bladed instrument, robbed the South Road shop shortly after 10.30pm on Wednesday, April 16
The men entered the shop and made threats to a member of staff demanding he hand over money from the till.
They then made off from the store with a quantity of cash, heading along South Road towards Barry.
The first male suspect is described as approximately 23-24 years of age, dark skin, approximately five feet, five inches tall, slim build and he was wearing dark navy rain coat with it’s hood pulled up. He was also wearing a black balaclava and spoke with a local accent.
The second male suspect is described as white with a pale complexion, approximately 19-21 years of age, slim build and about six feet tall. He was wearing a plain dark grey hooded jumper and a light pink scalf wrapped around his face covering up to his eyes.
Local policing Inspector Chris Owen said: “Whilst this was a very frightening experience for the victim, I want to reassure residents that incidents such as this are very unusual. We have stepped up our patrols in Sully and are determined to bring those responsible to justice.”
A One Stop spokesman added: “We are aware of the incident at our store in Sully and are helping the police with their investigation.”
Police are appealing for anyone who has information concerning this incident to contact them on 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 quoting reference: 1400131088.