Bar worker robbed in pub raid
A BAR worker was today threatened and then tied up by two robbers who stole a quantity of cash from a pub.The incident happened at the Old Millars public house on Felixstowe seafront at about 12.
A BAR worker was today threatened and then tied up by two robbers who stole a quantity of cash from a pub.
The incident happened at the Old Millars public house on Felixstowe seafront at about 12.45am.
A member of staff had been inside the pub in Undercliff Road West when he heard the sound of a door opening and went to investigate.
As he got near the front door of the premises, a man suddenly rushed towards him. He was forced behind the bar, where he was thrown to the ground and threatened. He was then tied up.
A second robber then appeared and the two men stole a quantity of cash before fleeing. Afterwards, the worker managed to leave the pub to raise the alarm.
A police spokesman said the staff member was "very shaken" and shocked but was not injured. No weapons were seen.
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The first robber is described as black and was wearing a baseball cap. The second is believed to have lighter skin.
Police say inquiries are at a very early stage but would like anyone with information about the incident or offenders, or who may have been in the seafront area at the time and saw anything suspicious, to contact Felixstowe CID on 01473 613500.