The Bellambi Metro Petroleum service station has been targeted by robbers again, with a man threatening store staff and a customer with a knife on Sunday.
Just after 4.30am, a man wearing a balaclava entered the service station on Rothery Road, Bellambi, wielding a knife.
The man took cash and cigarettes before making off on a bicycle on Pioneer Road.
Luckily, neither the customer nor the store attendant were injured.
Police arrived at the service station shortly after and established a crime scene.
Police are now calling for anyone who may have information about the man, who is described as being Caucasian in appearance, with a fair complexion, between 180-185cm tall and with a thin build, to come forward.
When robbing the petrol station the man was wearing a black hooded jumper, black balaclava, black pants and beige-coloured gloves.
The robbery comes only days after staff at the same service station were held up at gunpoint by a man armed with a shotgun.
A man was subsequently charged and refused bail on Friday, February 4.
Anyone with information about the February 6 robbery should contact Wollongong Police on 4226 7899 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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