POLICE are reviewing CCTV footage following an armed robbery at the United Service Station in South Nowra in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
At about 2.50am on Wednesday a man entered the service station store on the Princes Highway armed with a hatchet.
He threatened the 27-year-old male employee and demanded cash.
The employee complied and the man ran from the store towards a nearby car park.
A pocket rocket style motorcycle was heard leaving the area a short time later and was last seen travelling east on Browns Road towards bushland at the end of the road.
A crime scene was established with officers canvassing residents and businesses in the area.
They said have a number of leads, which they were following up on .
Officers have retrieved and examined CCT footage from the service station and hope footage from surrounding businesses might help their investigation.
The suspect is described as 175cm tall with a medium build wearing dark green jumper, dark long pants and sneakers.
He had his head covered with a white shirt during the incident.
Police have appealed for public help and anyone with information about the incident should call Nowra Detectives on 44219670, Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: https://www1.police.nsw.gov.