Police are continuing to investigate a Carlisle robbery that took place at around 3.45pm yesterday, Sunday 26 April.
Two males made off with a small amount of cash from "Foreways News, Food and Wine" on Blackwell Road.
After the incident, they were seen leaving on foot towards Beaumont Road.
They have been described as white males in their late teens to early twenties and were wearing blue coloured boiler suits and balaclavas.
No one was injured in the incident and anyone with information is asked to contact police.
Police are appealing for information after a robbery in Carlisle this afternoon (Sunday 26th April).
Police were called at around 3:45pm today with a report that there was a robbery at Foreways News, Food and Wine on Blackwell Road.
No one was injured during the incident.
Two people, believed to male, were seen leaving on foot towards Beaumont Road. They were wearing blue boiler suits and balaclavas.
Anyone with any information, or saw people matching the above description, are urged to call Cumbria Police on 101.
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