Two men wearing balaclavas stole cas after threatening a woman with a knife and a gun.
Two men wearing balaclavas have threatened a woman with a knife and a gun at a Gosport garage on Brockhurst Road.
The robbers stole cash from the BP service station and although no shots were fired just before 10pm last night the staff member was injured.
Police have told us she wasn't stabbed and that her injuries aren't life threatening.
Detectives are still at the scene today and are using a dog unit to search for evidence that could lead them to the suspects who were both wearing hooded tops.
There were no customers in the garage at the time.
Police began an immediate air and land search of the area for the suspects and potential evidence.
Senior investigating officer Detective Inspector Tina Lowe said: "The woman is clearly very shaken by what happened. Officers are providing support to look after her welfare and confirm more details about the circumstances.
"A dedicated team of CID and uniform officers are already pursuing several promising leads to identify and arrest suspects. I would like to thank members of the public who have come forward with information already.
"CCTV cameras are being examined, the petrol station remains closed for a forensic examination, house-to-house enquiries are continuing, and our Dog Support Unit is being deployed to assist searches for evidence in the area.
"I’m now in a position to release initial descriptions of the suspects; the first suspect was described as wearing:
The second suspect was described as wearing:
Anyone with information is asked to contact Gosport police station by phoning 101 or in an emergency, dial 999. Mini-com users can phone 18001 101. Information can be given anonymously by phoning the independent Crimestoppers charity on
0800 555 111.
Detective Inspector Lowe added: "Police have received no similar reports in the area, but we would always advise businesses to routinely review their security procedures to help prevent crime.”