Police investigating the robbery of a Port Lincoln service station last week have found clothing believed to have been worn by the offender.
Just before 2.30am on Tuesday 6 April, police were called to a service station on King Street, Port Lincoln. A young man wearing a Halloween style mask entered the service station armed with a knife and demanded cash and cigarettes from the console operator.
He stole a quantity of cigarettes and cash and was last seen on foot heading south on London Street.
There were no physical injuries to the service station employee.
The suspect is described as aged in his late teens to early 20s, 160 to 170 cm tall, with a slim build. He was wearing a orange/red hoodie with markings to the rear, grey track pants…