AN EFIT impression, pictured, was issued by police this week of a suspected armed robber in Bognor Regis.
The man had a knife when he was one of two men who approached a 19-year-old local man in Steyne Street. A Sussex Police spokesman said: “(The victim) was not hurt but they stole his mobile phone and house keys.”
The suspect with the knife was described as slim, in his early twenties, with a trimmed full beard, black hair that was grown out on top and pushed forward with no hair products in.
He wore a grey zip-up hoodie with a black top underneath, grey tracksuit bottoms and had a silver chain around his neck.
The other suspect was also white, bigger in build than the first man, in his mid-twenties, wearing a blue baseball cap that had a grey tick on it, a white scarf covering his face from below his eyes and grey tracksuit bottoms.
The robbery took place just after 10pm on April 14.
Detective Constable Laura Webb said: “If you think you recognise the man from the efit, or you have other information about what happened, please contact us online: sussex.police.uk/appealresponse or call 101, quoting serial 1289 of 14/04.”