Police appeal after robbery at Rhyl convenience store

Published date: 16 April 2014 |
Published by: Staff reporter
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TWO men are being sought by police following a robbery at a convenience store in Rhyl last night (Tuesday).

The incident, which happened at about 10.55pm at the One Stop Shop on Grange Road, is believed to have involved two men who demanded cash from the till.

Once in possession of the money, both offenders fled on foot from the store.

Staff at the shop have been left shocked but unhurt by the incident.

Jonathan Sailsbury-Jones, detective inspector of St Asaph CID, said: "Officers immediately attended however despite extensive searches in the vicinity no arrests were made.

“Our inquiries are continuing and officers remain in the Grange Road area of Rhyl conducting inquiries – including house to house.

"We are keen to speak to anyone in the vicinity of the One Stop Shop around the time of the offence last night and to anyone who saw anything suspicious to contact 101 immediately."

Detectives are also keen to speak to anyone who has information relating to the robbery or who may have seen any suspicious activity on Grange Road.

Those with information should contact officers at St Asaph CID on 101 quoting reference number R055704.

Alternatively, individuals can telephone the Crimestoppers charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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