Staff at the Subway in south Shepparton were threatened with a knife last night.CHLOE WARBURTON June 4, 2014 9:05am
A man fled with cash after threatening staff at a Subway store in Shepparton last night.
Shepparton police Crime Investigation Unit Detective Senior Constable Anthony Jascinowicz said a man wearing black clothes and a balaclava entered the Wyndham St premises just after 9pm and threatened staff.
"He threatened to cut the staff counting the tills, demanded they empty cash into a Subway bag and fled," Det Sen Const Jascinowicz said.
Police attended within minutes and patrolled but were unable to locate the offender.
The man is believed to be of a Caucasian appearance, is skinny and aged around 20.
Anyone with information can phone Shepparton police station on 5820 5777 or CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000.
For more, see tomorrow's Shepparton News.
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