South Wales Police are searching for two men who stole hundreds of pounds from a shop in Swansea on Saturday.
The men, dressed in fluorescent overalls, entered Dylan’s Wine Merchants in Sketty at around 11.50am. One wielded a shotgun, and ordered the shopkeeper to hand over money.
They left with hundreds of pounds, along with a van belonging to the shop. The vehicle was found abandoned in a lane an hour later.
The male who was armed is described as being white, and between 5ft 8 and 5ft 10, with an average build.
His accomplice was taller, between 6ft 2and 6ft 4 and has been described as having a skinny build.
Officers are appealing to anybody who may have seen these men to contact them.
In particular, anyone who was in the Dilwyn Road area just before midday, or in the Briar Dene area between midday and 2pm, who may have noticed something suspicious, is urged to contact police.
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