Two armed men who held up a Corowa petrol station on Saturday morning escaped with cigarettes and cash.
Inspector Jy Brown, of Murray River Police District, said the men entered the Mobil Service Station on Honour Avenue about 1.15am "brandishing a knife each".
They demanded the female operator open the cash drawer, with one man stealing a quantity of cigarettes and the other an amount of cash from behind the counter.
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The men fled the scene on foot.
Police have released descriptions of the suspects and urged anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Albury Police on (02) 6023 9299.
The first man is described as about 160 centimetres tall, olive complexion, stocky build, Caucasian appearance, wearing a grey hooded jumper, blue tracksuit pants, white runners, with a white scarf covering his face and carrying a small black backpack.
His accomplice is described as about 180cm tall, thin build, Caucasian appearance, wearing a blue baseball cap, black hooded jumper and black tracksuit pants.