Shop worker knifed in Fulham robbery
Dec 21 2010 By Greg Burns
Fulham Robbery Efit
POLICE are hunting two violent robbers who stabbed a Fulham shop worker during a frightening daylight raid.
The pair entered a shop in Royal Parade, Dawes Road, at 2pm on October 21 and began casually asking about products on offer.
They both then pulled out knives and demanded money before stabbing a shop assistant and running off with cash.
The first man is described as black, of large muscular build, cropped hair and wearing a matching grey tracksuit top and bottoms with a red t-shirt.
The second suspect is also black, of stocky build, with a short goatee beard and wearing a dark beanie hat, dark hooded top and grey tracksuit bottoms.
Both men were carrying knives with one described as a yellow-handled knife with a serrated blade.
Police have not released exact details of the shop or the injuries of the shop worker as yet.
Anyone with information should call Detective Constable Corrado, of the Robbery Unit at Hammersmith Police Station, on 020 82462482 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.