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Cigarettes taken in post office knifepoint robbery, e-fit issued: Greatstone

Date of Incident: 26/01/2010

Posted on: January 29th, 2010 by 2049

Computer-generated image released of man officers would like to speak to Officers in south Kent are appealing for witnesses following a robbery at the post office in The Parade in Greatstone, New Romney on Tuesday 12 January.

At between 12.15 and 12.32pm, a man entered the post office and threatened the post mistress there with what is believed to have been a knife.

He demanded packets of cigarettes, which he was given, and left the shop, dropping a packet as he went.

After leaving the shop, the man went in the direction of Dunes Road and the post master gave chase.

As the offender reached the fish and chip shop he nearly collided with a blue Ford Focus before continuing down Dunes Road and out of sight.

Officers attended and searched the area and neighbourhood officers PCSO Mandy Kimpton and PCSO Lee Stokes made house-to-house enquiries but they were unable to locate the man.

The offender is described as:

  • a white male
  • aged 20 years old
  • 6ft tall
  • with a very pale complexion
  • a narrow face
  • blue eyes
  • wearing a distinctive three-quarter length toggle jacket, a black scarf pulled over his mouth and nose and a hooded top all of which were black

Officers are keen to hear from anyone who recognises the man, or has information that will help in their enquiries.

Please contact Kent Police on 01303 289180.

Alternatively call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

Contact Details

Division/Station: Kent Police

Name: Mandy Kimpton and Lee Stokes

Telephone: 01303 289180

Incident Location

Greatstone post office
The Parade
Greatstone-on-Sea
New Romney
KENT

The location of the incident marked on this map is approximate