Two hooded men threatened staff with a hammer before making off with ‘several thousand pounds’ from Shoreham Post Office last night (Friday, January 22).
The Brunswick Road Post Office was taped off after a robbery by two men in their 20s at around 5.25pm.
They are then believed to have run away from the post office away from the railway line with a bag.
A Sussex Police spokesman said: “At around 5.25pm two men broke into the rear of the Post Office in Brunswick Road.
“They threatened the staff with a hammer and took a large quantity of cash – believed to be several thousand pounds.
“Both males were wearing dark clothing with hoods covering their faces.
They made away from the Post Office along Brunswick Road, away from the railway line, carrying a bag with them.
“The males may be in their 20s and were about 5’8’’ tall. No one was injured.”
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