Police are renewing an appeal for witnesses following an armed robbery at a bank in Shoreham.
A man with a handgun threatened security van staff loading a cash machine at Santander in High Street shortly before 11pm on Tuesday, February 27.
The staff were forced to hand over a box containing several thousands of pounds, and the man ran off.
Officers said no-one was hurt, while enquiries are continuing to try and identify the man.
He has been described as white, 5’10” tall, in his 30s, and with brown, medium length hair.
He was wearing a blue hooded jacket and was carrying a black pistol.
Anyone with information is asked to report details online here, or phone 101, quoting Operation Graffiti.
Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.