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Police appeal after men rob Upminster shop with hammer and 15-inch knife

PUBLISHED: 14:20 20 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:20 20 March 2018

Two men robbed the Londis supermarket in Corbets Tey Road, Upminster. Photo: Google Maps

Two men robbed the Londis supermarket in Corbets Tey Road, Upminster. Photo: Google Maps

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A shop in Upminster was robbed by two men with a 15-inch knife and a hammer.

Police were called to the Londis supermarket in Corbets Tey Road, at around 11pm on Saturday (March 17) night as the two men stole cash and cigarettes from the store.

Officers are looking for two suspects in relation to the robbery.

The first is a male, around 20-years-old, around 5ft 8 with a local accent who was wearing a blue hoodie, black jacket, grey/white jogging bottoms, red gloves and had a black scarf covering his face.

The second suspect is a white male, believed to be around 20-years-old with a local accent who was wearing a black Nike jacket, black bottoms, red gloves and had a black scarf covering his face,

Anyone with information about the incident has been asked to contact police on 02083454329 or tweet @MetCC quoting reference number 5404311/18

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