Search for two men after hold up at service station in Melbourne's west
Police are searching for two men after a service station worker was threatened during an armed robbery at a service station in Melbourne's north-west.
Two men pulled up at the service station on Melton Highway in a blue BMW 3 series sedan about 2.15am on February 4 and were seen filling several jerry cans with petrol.
One man then went into the store and was caught on CCTV pulling out what police now believe to be an imitation gun, using it to demand cash and cigarettes.
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He got away with cigarettes and the two men fled in the BMW.
Police have released photos and CCTV footage as they search for the men involved.
One is described as Caucasian, aged in his 20s and as having brown hair and a moustache.
The other man is described as Caucasian and in his 20s, with a long brown beard.
The car they were using is believed to be linked to two other incidents at another service station on Melton Highway in Taylors Lakes where fuel was stolen on February 3 and 4.
On those occasions the car had registration plates Q88844 on the back and the front registration had been changed to V53961.
Anyone who witnessed the incidents, has dashcam/CCTV footage or further information is urged to contact police.
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