Guildford jeweller's robbery: Gun threat to staff
Two men pushed a member of staff to the ground and threatened him with a gun in a robbery at a jeweller's in Surrey.
Police said the robbers got away with several items of jewellery in the raid at Cry for the Moon in Tunsgate, Guildford at 15:00 BST on Friday.
Staff are still trying to identify which stock is missing and its value.
The robbers escaped in a silver Mercedes C180, registration number LR52 LZF. Police have appealed to the public to help trace the vehicle.Missing teeth
The car headed off in the direction of Sydenham Road.
Both raiders are described as white, and aged between 40 and 45. One was about 5ft 6in, slightly overweight and with missing teeth.
He was wearing a black baseball cap, a dark t-shirt and black-rimmed glasses.
The second was over 6ft, of medium build and wearing a light coloured cap, brown shorts and dirty trainers.
The getaway car was driven by a white woman with auburn or light brown hair.