Four sought after armed robbery
POLICE are looking for four men after an armed robbery at the Shell Service Station on the Pacific Highway.
The four offenders entered the shop at 9.31pm on Sunday, where one of them produced a Stanley knife and demanded money.
The men then ran from the service station with an undisclosed amount of money and cigarettes.
All four men are described as being of Aboriginal appearance in their mid-teens to early 20s and all had stockings covering their heads.
They are further described as being:
n About 175cm tall, average build, wearing a dark blue t-shirt over a maroon sloppy joe with hood, dark coloured tracksuit pants with a lighter, wide stripe down the side of each leg, and carrying a black backpack.
n About 175cm tall, average build, wearing a light coloured shirt that appeared to have sleeves cut off. Under this shirt was a black sloppy joe. His pants are described as being of dark colour, and he was wearing white runners. He was armed with a Stanley knife or similar object.
n Stocky build and wearing a brown T-shirt over a black sloppy joe, as well as blue denim jeans.
n Wearing a black sloppy joe with a white inner lining inside the hood, as well as blue denim jeans and white runners.
If you have any information about this incident call Coffs Harbour Police on 6652 0299 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.