Images released following armed robbery of luxury Sydney CBD store

Images have been released as investigations into an armed robbery at a luxury accessories retailer in Sydney’s CBD earlier this year continue.

Police say that at about 4.45pm on Thursday 17 March, a disguised man armed with a hammer entered a store in King Street and demanded property from staff.

The man stole a large amount of cash and several valuable watches and was last seen entering a stolen Porsche being driven by a second man who police believe is a highly skilled driver.


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That vehicle was later located abandoned.

Police have now released CCTV images of two people they believe can assist with their inquiries.

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PHOTO: NSW Police

The first person is described as a male of Caucasian appearance with a fair complexion, a muscular build and about 180cm tall.

In the image he is wearing a grey hooded jumper bearing a South Sydney Rabbitohs team emblem, yellow reflective vest, red scarf and is carrying a blue and white back pack. His right hand was wrapped in a bandage.

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PHOTO: NSW Police

The second person is described as a male, about 190cm tall, with a thin build and tanned complexion. In the image he is wearing a baseball cap, dark sunglasses, blue and grey jumper, dark track pants and Nike shoes.

Police are urging anyone who recognises the men to contact police.