Man in bandana and shades attempts knifepoint robbery
A man wearing a bandana and sunglasses threatened a member of staff at a Spalding printing business in an attempted armed robbery.
Police are now trying to find the offender, who is described as a white male with a northern accent.
Officers were called to Elsom Cross Printers, in London Road, following the incident at just after 1pm yesterday.
He had dark hair that was curly at the front and smooth forearms that had no visible hair on them.
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He was wearing a grey hoodie with a zip down the middle.
The top had a black square motif on the front and there was a patterned design inside.
The man was wearing black jeans or trousers and a pink or red bandana.
Police say he was also wearing a pair of "distinctive blur-framed sunglasses".
Community Policing Inspector Jim Tyner said: "Thankfully no-one was hurt during this incident but I am anxious that we catch this man as soon as possible.
"I am appealing for any lunchtime shoppers that were in the area to help us trace this man's movements after he left the scene on foot."
Anyone with information should call Spalding CID by dialling 101 and quoting incident number 200 of September 4.
Alternatively, people can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.