Published: 13:00, 04 September 2014 |
Updated: 13:42, 04 September 2014
Two masked robbers threatened takeaway staff with a knife and baseball bat before smashing a TV in the first of two raids on the same store.
Domino's in Chatham Hill was first targeted on August 28 at 10.45pm, when staff members were threatened with the weapons.
One of the raiders smashed a TV screen in the shop with the bat before demanding cash. Staff handed over money before the culprits fled.
Just days later - two men, believed to be the same offenders, entered the takeaway at around 9.25pm on Tuesday with the same weapons.
This time staff chased them away.
The men in the first raid were both wearing leggings or something similar over their faces.
One was a white man, around 6ft 1ins tall and of medium build. He wore a blue hooded top and is believed to have had a blond beard.
The second offender was slightly smaller, described as just under 6ft and of medium build. He wore a brown hooded top with yellow and white stripes on the arms.
In the second raid, the first man wore a black or dark blue hooded top and dark trousers. He carried a black holdall.
The second man wore a light grey hooded top and grey trousers. Both offenders again had their faces covered.
CCTV captured the two on camera during the first raid.
Anyone with information is asked to call DC Gavin Humphrey on 01634 792177, quoting crime report XY/030684/14. Alternatively, to remain anonymous, call 0800 555111.
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