Do you know this man? Police appeal over William Hill armed robbery in Upper Street
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Police today launched an appeal for information on a man wanted in connection with an armed robbery in Upper Street’s William Hill branch.
At about 8.45pm on August 4, a man walked into the bookies with a white t-shirt covering his face.
He threatened the cashier with a gun-shaped object covered in a plastic bag and demanded money.
The man then went to Highbury and Islington station and boarded a southbound Victoria line train.
He is described as black and wearing a black sleeveless top under a white t-shirt.
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Anyone with information can contact Det Cons Jamie Witts on 101. To give information anonymously, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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