Derby shopkeeper robbed at knifepoint by masked man
A shopkeeper was robbed at knifepoint this morning by a man in a balaclava who ran off with cash from the till.
The man burst into Sinfin Convenience Store in Kingsley Street, which also has a post office, at around 7.20am today and threatened the shopkeeper with a knife before demanding money.
The robber, who is described as a white man in his 30s, then leaned over the counter and grabbed cash before running away towards Wordsworth Drive.
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