Masked men armed with SAMURAI SWORDS rob a gas station in the wild west of Sydney
- Two men have stormed a western gas station with samurai swords
- The armed robbery was caught on CCTV and by shocked bystanders in the area
- The men were able to get away in a commercial vehicle with a maximum of $ 1000
Two masked men armed with samurai swords stormed a gas station in western Sydney and fled with $ 1,000 in cash.
CCTV captured the terrifying moment when the men stormed into Georges Hall station at about 9:10 PM on Sunday.
Shopkeeper Peter said that one of the armed men had forced him back into the store.
On Sunday evening after the storm stormed his company and demanded money (photo), a gas station owner was ravaged by samurai sword handling armed robbers.
When the men could get the owner back, they demanded that he open the shelves of the cigarettes before leaving with an estimated $ 1,000
The entire ordeal was also filmed by shocked bystanders who unfold everything from across the street (photo)
“The man waved it (sword) and said,” go in, go in, “said Peter Nine news.
Once in the store, more CCTV cameras caught one of the offenders searching the counter before forcing him to open the closed cigarette racks.
Both men then fled by nearly $ 1000.
A third person who waited outside in an escape car was caught by a camera that picked up the robbers and picked them up before he drove away.
The entire ordeal was also recorded on the mobile phone by shocked bystanders who watched from the other side in their backyard.
The police are calling on anyone with information to contact or contact Crime Stoppers.
The two men jumped in a black vehicle (photo) that seemed to be waiting for them outside before they drove away