one more week Christmasthe masked man from a Royal Mail storehouse.
Merseyside Policemen About 8.20am on Friday, December 16, two men, dressed in black and covering their faces, said they entered the loading bay of the warehouse on Harrington Road.
They reportedly targeted a worker who was loading packages onto a delivery van liverpool echo.
Several packages were taken before the masked men ran to a silver Ford Transit van parked outside the station.
The van, driven by a third person, then left the area for the city centre.
It was later found abandoned and the suspect was last seen running down Northumberland Street.
Detectives are investigating the circumstances and are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
Residents living in the Harrington Road area have been asked to check their CCTV to see if the robbery was caught or the suspect driving away from the scene.
Detective Inspector Chris Sadie said: “We urge anyone with information about this robbery to come forward and help us with our investigations. Anyone with anything suspicious in the vicinity of the car park at around 8.20am is please contact us.
“I also urge drivers and residents of surrounding areas who have CCTV and dashcams to check your footage which may have captured the robbery and the van driving away.
“Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information can contact us via DM via our social media help desk Twitter @MerseyPolice or Facebook ‘ Merseyside Police Contact Centre”, reference number 22000924625.
“You can also contact the independent charity Crime stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”
In 2016, a Royal Mail worker stole parcels and reposted them to her home using stamps she had stolen from her boss.
During the short-lived scam, Manchester Magistrates’ Court heard how Natalie Wallwork had “significantly damaged the company’s reputation”.
But District Judge John Temperley avoided sending her straight to prison.
“These offenses exceed regulatory thresholds and represent a serious breach of trust,” he said.
Wallwork, 32, from Denton, Greater Manchester, admitted six counts of theft and was sentenced to 16 weeks in jail, suspended for a year.