Jindalee robbery: Have you seen this man?

QPS Media

POLICE have released CCTV images of a man they believe might be involved in a robbery that occurred in Jindalee last night.

Police say a man entered a bowls club on Sinnamon Road just after midnight and demanded cash from staff.

The man allegedly pulled out a firearm and threatened the staff member who complied and handed over the cash.

The attacker has then escaped on foot.

The man is described as approximately 170cms tall, with a stocky build and was wearing a grey hoodie, black balaclava, black track pants and black shoes.

The 60-year-old male staff member was not physically injured.

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