Police looking for two robbers who wielded a machete and broken pool cue have released footage of an attack on the Strawberry Duck pub on Crabtree Lane in Clayton.
3 masked men came into the store in Clayton shortly before closing time and while one stayed next to the door to keep guard, the other 2 men, one armed with a machete and the other with a hammer, ran into the restaurant.
It happened on Tuesday 5 November 2013 at the Subway store on Ashton New Road.
Two of the men surrounded the 25-year-old woman and demanded she give them cash or they would hurt her. One of the men raised the machete above his head towards her as he shouted at her.
The offenders stole cash before running out of the shop towards Seymour Road South.
A teenage boy was stabbed in the back and his friend robbed in Clayton. The 17-year-old escaped with a small knife wound after he was attacked on Iredine Street at about 5.45pm on 31 October.
He and two friends were on their way to the shops on Ashton New Road when they were confronted by two men. The two men followed them and then snatched one of the boy's mobile phone. One of the offenders then stabbed the 17-year-old boy with a knife, before running off.
The boy was treated in hospital for his injuries.
Police in Greater Manchester have charged a man with murder after a gun and grenade attack in the city.
Anthony Wilkinson will appear at Manchester City Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.
He has been charged with murder, attempted murder and possession of a weapon with intent to endager life.
David Short, 46, died after an attack in Clayton last month.
Police in Greater Manchester say a man wanted over a gun and grenade attack should hand himself in.
They've been hunting Dale Cregan since the death of David Short last month.
They made the appeal after arresting Anthony Wilkinson, who was also on the run.
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Officers from the Greater Manchester force are offering their largest ever reward for information that leads to the arrest two men wanted in connection with a gun and grenade attack that left a father dead.
The two men are 29-year-old Dale Cregan or 33-year-old Anthony Wilkinson.
Police believe they could still be in the Greater Manchester area. They are both wanted after David Short was killed at his Clayton home.
Dale Cregan is also wanted in connection with the murder of David's son, at a pub just a few months earlier.
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Police looking for two men wanted in connection with the death of David Short have teamed up with Crimestoppers to offer a £25k reward.Read the full story ›
Police in Manchester are offering a £25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Dale Cregan and Anthony Wilkinson.
The pair are wanted in connection with the death of David Short, 46, who was found at a house in Clayton following reports of gunshots and an explosion last Friday morning.
Normally rewards are paid on conviction, however this reward will be given on arrest.
Greater Manchester Police say Cregan and Wilkinson pose such a threat, that they're taking this unusual step.
The £25,000 is being offered to anyone who is able to give information anonymously to the independent charity, Crimestoppers, which leads to the arrest of Cregan and Wilkinson.