Police are appealing for information after three men attempted to rob a Kidderminster petrol station

Attempted robbery of Kidderminster petrol station

Attempted robbery of Kidderminster petrol station

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POLICE are appealing for information after an attempted robbery at a Kidderminster petrol station.

Three offenders, who were wearing masks and were armed with a crowbar, forced their way in through a rear door of a Sainsbury’s petrol station, in Carpet Trades Way, and demanded money.

The incident occurred at around 11.30pm on Wednesday, January 8.

They tried to open the safe but were unable to do so and left empty handed. One of the men was of stocky build, and wearing a ski mask and a hat across his face, along with a dark coloured tracksuit top, denim jeans, and distinctive luminous gloves.

A second man was wearing a devil mask and dark clothing. The third one was wearing grey tracksuit bottoms and a dark top.

It is believed they lef tthe scene on foot.

Two female members of staff were left shocked but unhurt, a police said. 

Anyone with information should contact Detective Constable Hilary Martin on 101, quoting incident reference 614-s-080114.


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