Man uses blade in shop robbery


Shocking CCTV images of a man with a huge knife robbing a shop have been released as Bexley police appeal for information.

The footage shows a man entering the BNN Mini Market shop in Bexley’s Brook Street branding a knife at a defenceless shopkeeper.

He then harried the shopkeeper into the back of the shop threatening him with the blade. The robber then stole cigarettes and cash before running out into the street.

The suspect is described as late 20s, about 6ft, of stocky build, dark skinned and wearing a black Nike tracksuit.

The incident took place on Thursday, February 1 at 8.15pm.

If you have any information call Bexley police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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