Have you seen these men?
Castle Hill Police are hoping the men in these images will be able to assist with the investigation into a robbery at a Dural fast food store on August 20.
A male staff member from Granville, 25, told police he was in the back room at 8.55pm when two men entered the Old Northern Road store and stood by the counter.
He said one man jumped over the counter and held a large knife to his chest demanding money.
The victim opened the till and the men left with a small amount of money.
No one was hurt.
Police believe the men may be identified from their clothing, particularly their jackets and shoes.
One offender had a brown checked jacket, dark green shoes and what looked like Bolle sunglasses and the other had a white jacket and white shoes with black Nike symbol on the side.
Witnesses can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
In other police news:
Check for fake notes
Police are warning residents to check their notes after two fake $100 bills were found at an NAB bank in Dural last week.
Recently a fake $50 note was also discovered at a Coles supermarket.
Castle Hill crime manager detective inspector Gary Bailey said the fake notes were usually coloured photocopies of real notes.
‘‘They feel different and don’t have a watermark or a plastic insert.’’
Window jimmied open
A $55,000 black Aldi A4, two tablets and a Rolex watch were stolen from a residence in Patterson Avenue, Kellyville, on Monday between 11.10am and 2.25pm.
Police said a ground floor window was jimmied open and a set of keys were taken and used to open the locked garage door.
The registration number of the car is BVH50Q.
An iPod, cash and two bottles of vodka were also stolen from the residence, police said.
Two cars stolen
Two vehicles were stolen in The Hills this week.
A silver Mazda sedan, of registration number AGX04L, was reported stolen from Stockland Mall car park in Baulkham Hills on Wednesday at noon.
And a blue silver Kawasaki 250 was parked at Loyalty Road, North Rocks, between 5am and 4pm on Sunday when stolen.
Its registration number is TYD65.
Neither vehicle has been recovered.
Robbed while they slept
A Beaumont Hills residence was broken into on Wednesday night while the victims were asleep.
Residents of the Vivaldi Place house told police they noticed a forced lock in the rear door at 8am on Thursday.
Police said a computer, handbag, sunglasses and wallet were stolen.