CCTV released of suspects of Portsmouth casino robbery

A merged picture showing CCTV stills released by the police of two men thought to be behind a raid at the Golden Touch amusement arcade in Portsmouth
A merged picture showing CCTV stills released by the police of two men thought to be behind a raid at the Golden Touch amusement arcade in Portsmouth

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Detectives have released new CCTV stills showing two men suspected of robbing an amusement arcade in Portsmouth.

Robbers went into the Golden Touch in London Road at about 9.05pm on Monday and shouted at two customers to stand still.

They then threatened a member of staff with violence before using staff keys to steal money from the safe.

During the robbery the men pushed both customers.

One of them, a woman, fell to the floor receiving minor injuries.

The men were both about 5ft 9in and spoke with local accents.

One wore a grey hooded top and the other a blue hooded top with the hoods up and drawn closely around their faces.

The men made off with several thousand pounds in both change and notes.

It’s now known they ran off in different directions with one going towards the roundabout of London Road and Gladys Road.

Detectives have now got further CCTV which shows the suspects in better detail and would like to hear from anyone who thinks they know who the men shown are.

They would also still like to hear from anyone who saw the men before or after the robbery.

Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Constable Graham Skull at the Eastern Investigation Team based at Fratton on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.