Staff tied up and robbed at gunpoint in west Belfast
Two members of staff at an electronics shop have been left badly shaken after an armed robbery in west Belfast.
A worker was opening up the store when four masked men forced him into Noel Grimley Electrics Ltd on the Andersonstown Road, shortly before 08:30 BST on Monday.
They threatened him with what is believed to have been a sawn-off shotgun.
The robbers put a hood over his head and tied his hands behind his back.
The victim was then forced into a storeroom.
When a second member of staff arrived, they put him into the storeroom. The pair were not injured but they were very badly shaken.
It is understood a substantial number of televisions were stolen.
Police have appealed for information.