Karratha Police are asking the public to look at CCTV after a man was robbed at knife point at Bakers Delight

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Karratha Detectives are calling on the public to review CCTV from the early hours of Thursday morning when a man was robbed at knife point at the rear entrance to Bakers Delight.Picture: Daniel Wilkins
Camera IconKarratha Detectives are calling on the public to review CCTV from the early hours of Thursday morning when a man was robbed at knife point at the rear entrance to Bakers Delight.Picture: Daniel Wilkins Credit: Daniel Wilkins/The West Australian, Daniel Wilkins

Karratha Detectives are calling on the public to review CCTV from the early hours of Thursday morning when a man was robbed at knife point at the rear entrance to Bakers Delight.

At about 1.50am on Thursday a 32-year-old was arriving at work when he was approached from behind by a suspect wearing dark shorts, a dark t-shirt, thongs and a face covering with eye holes.

The suspect was armed with a large knife and demanded the man’s grey single compartment Nike backpack containing his Vietnamese passport, Bose wireless headphones, a red NY hat, a Baker’s Delight hat, black JayJays jacket and sunglasses.

The victim gave the suspect his bag and the suspect ran from the location towards Westpac.

Detectives describe the suspect as a male, in his early 20’s, light skinned with an Australian accent and are calling on the public to review any CCTV of homes and businesses in the area from before and after the incident.

A statement released by Karratha Decectives said if anyone recognised or finds the items to call Karratha Police.

“If anyone knows the suspect they can call Crimestoppers,” it said.

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