Thieves were twice targeted by a driver’s license in Belfast at eight o’clock on Saturday, police said.
The robberies, which were carried out by two different suspects, took place around noon and again at 8 pm on the grounds at Grosvenor Road.
During the first robbery, a man with a cream-colored hoody, dark jeans, black shoes, and a blue face mask buzzed into the store and stood behind the counter. He threatened personnel with a metal weapon before fleeing with cash.
In the second robbery, a man in a white T-shirt, jeans, black trainers, and face mask saw staff threatening with a screwdriver before leaving with cash.
Detective Sergeant Rachel Miskelly said, “These robberies were frightening trials for the personnel involved, and there seems to be no connection between the two at this stage.
“I appeal to the public for help identifying and locating the two people involved. Call 101, quoting references 807 and 1799 of 25/07/20, or submit a report online through our non- emergency reporting form via http://www.psni.police.uk/makeareport/. “