Do you know this man? Did you see him at the dairy this
morning? If so, police would like to hear from you.
Police are seeking a man who held up the Mornington Night
'N Day store with a firearm this morning.
The man entered the dairy on Eglinton Rd around 8am and
demanded money and cigarettes from staff.
The man then ran from the store, police said.
Two assistants in the shop were shaken but unhurt in the
Early inquiries suggested the man may have been in the area
for up to an hour before the robbery, Detective Sergeant Rob
Hanna, of Dunedin, said.
He is believed to be Caucasian, in his 20s, 175-185cm in
height and of slim, athletic build.
He was wearing a distinctive multicoloured hoodie with a
white background and coloured design, and three-quarter
trousers and boots. He was carrying a number of bags.
''Police would like to hear from anyone that was approached
or spoken to by a male fitting the alleged offender's
description. Police would also be interested in hearing from
anyone who has been offered cigarettes or tobacco since the
robbery,'' Det Sgt Hanna said.
Anyone with information should call Dunedin Police on 03 471
4800 or information can also be provided anonymously via
Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.