Police are appealing for information after two men dressed in panda onesies robbed a shop in Lincolnshire at gun point. The incident happened at a McColl's in Louth town centre around 7.30pm on 29 November.
Two male offenders dressed in panda onesies entered the mini-supermarket shop with what appeared to be a handgun and forced a female member of staff to remove cash from the safe. They then left the scene on foot. Police said the member of staff was "unhurt but shaken" by the incident.
Police are asking local residents to check their bins for the outfits as they believe the suspects may have discarded them as they fled the scene.
Sally Hewitt, a member of the Louth Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: "We are keen to trace these items of clothing. Please can we ask that local residents check their bins and areas surrounding their property to see if any items of clothing which could have possibly been worn by the offenders have been discarded."