Posted on 17th November 2014
Three men made off with a large amount of cash after a robbery at a supermarket in Derby.
The offenders forced their way through a fire door at Asda, in Sinfin, at about 11pm on Sunday, November 16.
They then targeted the self-service cash area of the store, which was closed to customers at time but had staff working inside.
One of the offenders carried two large bags into the store and these were loaded with cash before the trio ran back out of the fire exit.
All three men wore masks covering part of their faces. Two were also carrying crowbars.
Police want to hear from witnesses or anyone who saw suspicious activity around the supermarket at the time of the offence.
Anyone with information should call Derbyshire police on 101, quoting incident 798 of November 16.
You can also call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.