Bandits Rob Stores in Melbourne's North-West

18:37' 12-02-2018
Brimbank Embona detectives are searching for bandits on a motorcycle after two stores were robbed and believed linked in Melbourne’s north-west.


    The first armed robbery occurred at a milk bar on Dumfries Street in Deer Park on Thursday 1 February.

    It is believed two men, one armed with a baseball bat and one armed with an axe, entered the store just before 9pm.

    The pair grabbed cash and cigarettes and attempted to leave the store but were momentarily locked inside by staff members.

    The offenders eventually forced their way out and fled the scene on a motorcycle.

    They were last seen travelling south along Salmond Street.

    The second armed robbery occurred at a grocery store on Tenterfield Drive in Burnside Heights on Friday 2 February.

    Police have been told two masked offenders attended the store on a motorcycle shortly after 4pm.

    One of the men armed with a metal pole jumped the counter and made demands for cash.

    An amount of money was handed over and the offenders fled the scene.

    The offenders are described as Caucasian in appearance.

    The first male was wearing a green hooded jumper, grey pants and black shoes.

    The second male was wearing a black jumper, grey pants and black runners.

    Investigators have released images of two men that may be able to assist with their enquiries.

    No one was physically injured during the incidents.

    Police have released CCTV of men who they believe may be able to assist with their enquiries.

    Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report to Crime Stoppers at

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