Police are appealing for public information to identify a woman who might be able to assist with inquiries into separate robberies at three Sydney shopping centres.
The first incident reportedly occurred just after 8.30am on Saturday 4 November, when a woman armed with a knife approached a female employee opening a security door at a Burwood Road shopping centre store.
She stole cash before fleeing on foot on Park Avenue. No one was injured.
The second incident occurred about 8.20am on November 10 when a woman entered a store on the second level of a Liverpool shopping centre.
The employee told police she was threatened with a knife as the woman demanded money, before fleeing the store empty handed.
Later that morning around 9am, police say a woman was opening a store at a Bankstown shopping centre when she was approached by a woman who was armed with a knife.
The employee was threatened and the woman demanded money.
She was given a quantity of money from the tills and safe. The woman left the complex in an unknown direction. The store employee wasn’t injured.
Detectives believe the same woman might be able to assist with inquiries into the attempted robberies.
The woman depicted is described as being in her late 20s or early 30s, of Caucasian appearance, 170cm, with fair skin and blonde hair.
She was wearing a black hooded jumper with a logo on the front and back, grey track pants, sneakers and large round sunglasses. In each case, the woman left the scene in a white Toyota Yaris.
Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page.