Bellevue: police still on hunt for man who threatened people with knife at servo

Bellevue: police still on hunt for man who threatened people with knife at servo
Bellevue: police still on hunt for man who threatened people with knife at servo

POLICE are still looking for a man who threatened people in a Bellevue service station with a large bladed knife demanding money.

The man ran into the service station about 3.45am on Tuesday, February 21.

When his request was denied, the man pushed a customer to the ground and kicked him several times before turning to a staff member and shouting again for money.

It was given to him and he ran from the premises with a handful of cash.

Police have released CCTV images of the man they believe can help with their investigation.

He is described as olive skinned, 25 to 35 years old, about 165cm tall with an Asian accent.

He was last seen wearing black pants, a blue jumper, black shoes, a black backpack with a large green M on the front and a pair of glasses.

Anyone with information can make a report online at crimestopperswa.com.au or call 1800 333 000.