CCTV images of three men police want to speak with after two Shoalhaven armed robberies have been released.
Police have appealed for information on the South Nowra and Bomaderry incidents which are believed to be linked.
On August 7 a man entered a service station on the Princes Highway in South Nowra armed with a tomahawk at 2.50am, police said.
He demanded money and ran away with cash.
On September 9 two men armed with a gun entered a supermarket on Lyndhurst Drive in Bomaderry at 7pm.
The men demanded money from the male employee before assaulting him and running away with cash, police said.
They left in a black station wagon.
Police want to speak with three men regarding the robberies.
The first man is about 175centimetres tall and of medium build. He was wearing a dark green jumper, black and white gloves, long pants, running shoes, a white t-shirt around his face and was carrying a green, reusable shopping bag.
The second man is about 173centimetres tall, with a medium build and tanned skin. He was seen wearing a black balaclava with a red hooded jumper, grey tracksuit pants and white gloves.
The third man is about 183centimetres tall with a solid build. He was seen wearing a black balaclava, a blue hooded jumper and carrying a brown bag.
Anyone with information: 1800333000.