DETECTIVES probing an armed robbery at a Swindon garage are yet to make an arrest.

A member of staff at the Kingshill service station was said to have been threatened at gunpoint on Easter Sunday by a masked man.

The robber, who was said to have been around 5’ 6” and spoke with an English accent, made off with cash and cigarettes.

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A spokesman for Wiltshire Police said that enquiries were continuing. He confirmed that no one had yet been arrested in connection with the raid.

On Monday, Det Insp Chris Feerick said: "This was an extremely frightening experience for the member of staff. Fortunately they were unharmed but were very shaken by the incident.”

He appealed for anyone who was in the area at around 10pm on Sunday or who had information about the robbery to contact Swindon CID by calling 101.