TWO knife-wielding thugs left staff at a Glasgow Greggs “badly shaken” in a terrifying robbery that saw them make off with a four-figure sum of cash.

The incident happened in Budhill Avenue, Shettleston, at around 5.50pm on Thursday.

Two men entered the Greggs and threatened two members of staff with a knife and demanded money.

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They made off in a gold or orange coloured car with a four-figure sum of cash.

The two members of staff were not injured, but were badly shaken by the robbery.

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The first suspect is described as white and of thin build. He was wearing a blue hooded top, pale blue jeans and black trainers.  

The second suspect is described wearing a blue hooded top and jeans.

Both men had blue scarves covering their faces.

Detective Sergeant Colin Kilgour, at the Community Investigation Unit at Helen Street Police Office, is now appealing for information from the public.

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He said: “Officers have been out in the area carrying out house-to-house enquiries and studying CCTV footage to gather more information on this incident and trace the two men responsible.”

Any witnesses or anyone with information should contact the Community Investigation Unit through 101 quoting reference number 3198 of August 2.  

Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111 where anonymity can be maintained.