Fast Food Outlets Targeted in Robberies

Police seeking this man

Fast Food Outlets Targeted in Robberies

Police seeking information following robberies of two fast food outlets on the Central Coast.

About 10pm (Sunday 19 February 2017), a 23-year-old employee was working in the kitchen of a fast food outlet on the Pacific Highway, Lisarow, when he was approached by a man who handed him a note, demanding cash.

The man fled the scene on foot empty-handed; he was last seen walking along Parsons Road, towards Newling Street.

About 11.15pm (Sunday 11 December 2016) an unknown man entered a fast food outlet on Ocean Beach Road, Umina Beach, and handed a threatening note to the store manager demanding cash.

The store manager complied and handed the man a sum of cash who fled the scene in a vehicle not further described.

Officers attached to Brisbane Water Local Area Command attended and commenced an investigation.

Police would like to speak to a man who may be able to assist with their inquiries. He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, between 178cm and 183cm tall, of medium build, with curly blond hair.

No one was injured during the incidents.