E-fit released in connection to Royston robbery


Latest news in Yorkshire: October 25, 01:15:12 PM

Detectives investigating a robbery in the Royston area of Barnsley have
released an e-fit image of a man they want to identify.

The man is said to have gone into the off-licence on Station Road at
around 8.40pm on Friday 21 September and engaged the shopkeeper in
conversation, making attempts to buy items.

He is then said to have made threats to the shopkeeper, demanding money.
He was also carrying a knife.

The man left empty handed, running along Station Road in the direction
of Haigh Moor Way and Birkdale Road. No one was injured in the incident
but the shopkeeper was understandably left distressed by what happened.

Detectives investigating have now released an e-fit image of a man they
need your help to identify. The suspect is also said to have spoken with
a local accent and been about 5ft 4ins tall.

Do you know who he could be? If you have any information that could
help, please call 101 quoting incident number 1006 of 21 September 2018.


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