Police have released CCTV images following a spate of armed robberies in service stations across Sydney’s west earlier in the year.
Strike Force Sunhill, comprising detectives attached to the Metropolitan Robbery Unit, was formed to investigate robberies at service stations in Fairfield Heights, Smithfield and Merrylands.
The six robberies took place between June 26 and August 12.
In each incident, a man wearing a balaclava entered the service stations and threatened the attendant with a knife before stealing cash and fleeing on foot.
No one was injured during any of the robberies.
Detectives are continuing their investigations and believe the same man is responsible for all six robberies.
They have released closed-circuit television images of a man who they believe can assist with their inquiries and who they would like to speak to.
The man depicted in the images is described as being Caucasian in appearance, aged in his late 20s to early 30s, with a medium build and wearing a hooded jacket, black sunglasses, white gloves, dark track pants and white joggers.
Details of the robberies include:
*June 26 at Kenyons Road, Merrylands West.
*June 29 at The Horsley Drive, Smithfield.
*July 3 at The Horsley Drive, Smithfield.
*July 5 at The Horsley Drive, Smithfield.
*July 7 at The Boulevard, Fairfield Heights.
*August 12 at The Boulevard, Fairfield Heights.
Police are urging anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers immediately on 1800 333 000.