Detectives have released CCTV of the armed robbery of a post office in Riverview last year.
Detectives have released CCTV of the armed robbery of a post office in Riverview last year.

Police release images of post office robbery with tomahawk

DETECTIVES have released CCTV images of an armed robbery of an Ipswich post office last year as they continue to investigate.

At about 2.30pm on November 5, two people wearing masks arrived at the Riverview post office on Mitchell St in a stolen 2011 Ford Falcon ute.

A man entered the business and threatened the 45-year-old female attendant with a tomahawk and demanded money.

The pair fled the scene in the car with a sum of cash.

Two people wearing masks arrived at the Riverview post office on Mitchell St in a stolen 2011 Ford Falcon ute
Two people wearing masks arrived at the Riverview post office on Mitchell St in a stolen 2011 Ford Falcon ute

The man was wearing a black shirt around his head, a long-sleeved top with the number 29 on it, dark blue tracksuit pants and white shoes with red stripes on them.

He was also carrying a grey duffel bag.

Anyone with further information is urged to contact police.

You can contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form here.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers here.

Quote reference number QP1902193125 within the online suspicious activity form.



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