Police continue investigations into club robbery – Cringila

Police continue their investigations into a robbery that occurred at a club in Cringila earlier this year.

About 8.15am on Monday 18 March 2019, two men entered a club on Lake Avenue, Cringila and headed towards a hall in the premises where they play Bingo.

The two men have approached a 61-year-old man and demanded he open the safe – which he complied.

The men placed the money into a backpack and left the scene.

No weapons were produced during the robbery, and the two men were seen getting into a silver Holden Commodore that was last seen turning right into Barry Street.

One of the men has been described as being about 6ft tall with a solid build (80-100kg) and being aged between 30 and 35. At the time of the robbery he had his face covered with a ski mask and was wearing black shoes with a black hooded jumper and gloves.

He was carrying a black and blue coloured backpack. ace covered with ski mask, 6-foot-tall solid build 80-100kgs, 30-35 years old

The second man was also wearing a ski mask covering his face, he has a slim build and also aged between 30 and 25. He was wearing black shoes with white socks and black pants with a black hooded jumper.

If anyone has information that could assist detectives, they should contact officers at Lake Illawarra Police District.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence.

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