Police have released the description of the man wanted for an alleged armed robbery of a Griffith service station.
The man, who was allegedly armed with a knife, demanded cash from the service station attendant who complied, before the man fled on foot.
No injuries were sustained as a result of the incident.
Police are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed a man approximately 170cm tall, of Aboriginal or Indian appearance wearing dark clothing and a black balaclava around the time of the incident.
In other news, police are also urging Griffith businesses to be wary of fake money, after three reported cases of counterfeit cash in the last two weeks.
The last of which was a $50 note given to McDonald's drive-through sometime between 10pm on Sunday and 2am on Monday.
Police are reviewing CCTV footage of the night to determine where the note came from.
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