EURO Garages has thanked its staff, police and the public for its help following a terrifying armed raid at their branch in Great Witley near Worcester.

The raid took place at the filling station in Worcester Road at about 3am on Tuesday, August 1. 

Two men threatened a member of staff using a crowbar, demanding money and cigarettes. Damage was caused to one of the tills and a quantity of cash was removed.

The member of staff was uninjured but left shaken up by the incident.

West Mercia Police are still appealing for witnesses and no arrests have been made.

On Friday, July 4 police released CCTV images of two men wearing clown masks during a terrifying raid on a service station.

"Fortunately, no one was seriously injured during the incident," a Euro Garages spokesman said.

"We are actively working with the local police and the investigation is still ongoing as officers are interviewing witnesses, collecting additional evidence and identifying persons of interest.

"Euro Garages wishes to thank the site colleagues, the public and police for their assistance with this matter."

They added: "At this stage we are unable to share any further information."

One robber is described as white, about 5ft 10in tall, of slight build, in his early 20s, with a brown beard. He was believed to be wearing dark blue jogging bottoms, bright blue trainers, and a light grey hooded top with the hood up.

He was also wearing distinctive red and blue gloves.

The other is described as white, about 5ft 8in tall, and of slight build.

He was also believed to be wearing dark blue jogging bottoms and a light grey hooded top with the hood up but was carrying a multi-coloured checked supermarket-style carrier bag.

Enquiries are currently ongoing and West Mercia Police are keen to speak to anyone who saw the masked men, witnessed the incident or saw anyone acting suspiciously in the Great Witley/Stamford Bridge area at the time.

Anyone with information is asked to call West Mercia Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting incident number 61 of August 1.