Grays: Knifepoint Robbery In Car Park

11 June 2012, 11:50 | Updated: 11 June 2012, 11:53

Two months after a woman was held at knifepoint and robbed in a car park in Grays, an efit's been released of the offender.

The incident happened in Darnely Road, underneath a bridge at 2.45pm on April 25th.

The man pushed the woman against her car and threatened her with a knife demanding money.

The woman handed over all the money she had, a two figure sum, and the man fled the scene.

The suspect, depicted in the efit, is described as white, with shoulder length blond hair. He wore a dark grey hooded jumper with the hood up, dark blue jeans, a black glove on his right hand and a white carrier bag in his left. He has stubble on his face which was almost a full bead, yellow teeth and dark circles under his eyes.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at Grays on 101.