Wales

Robbers threaten Cardiff Dominos Pizza shop workers

South Wales Police are hunting two men who robbed a pizza store in the early hours after threatening four staff.

The pair went to the rear of Dominos Pizza in Crwys Road, Cathays, Cardiff, at about 0020 BST on Saturday.

After threatening the workers, they stole cash from the till and left by the same route, making off via Fanny Street and Daniel Street.

Det Insp Ceri Hughes said the staff were left "shocked and traumatised" by the incident.

One suspect is described as "dark European", about 6ft (1.83m), of chubby build, with dark clothing, with a hood pulled up and large glasses.

The second was about 5ft 4 - 7in (1.63 - 1.7m), of thin build, about 14-16 years of age and of Asian appearance. He was wearing dark clothing with a hood pulled up and sunglasses.

Det Insp Ceri Hughes said: "Fortunately none of the staff were injured during the robbery. However, they were left shocked and traumatised by the incident.

"A forensic examination of the scene is continuing and extensive inquiries are under way by detectives and uniformed staff in the area."

Anyone with possble information about the robbery is asked to contact Cathays CID on 029 20527267 or the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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