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16:30 17 September 2012

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Police are appealing for witnesses in connection with an attempted robbery in Costcutters at Seven Sisters.

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The suspect entered the supermarket on Tuesday, July 17, at around 5.30pm and forced the shop assistant to handing over money by threatening her with a long knife.

The victim managed to press the alarm bell just before she escaped and the suspect disappeared after a failed attempt to break into the till.

If you recognise the man pictured, please contact Det Con Moira Edon-Ronan of Hackney’s Serious Acquisitive Crime Unit or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting reference number 4619302/12.

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