Detectives re-investigating the armed robbery of a Rockdale bank nearly 30 years ago, have released CCTV images and are appealing for assistance from the community.
About 4.40pm on Friday, December 21,1990, a man - armed with a small handgun - entered a bank on the Princes Highway at Rockdale.
The man jumped the counter and threatened several employees - forcing one woman to lay across a counter to prevent security systems from activating - before stealing more than $52,000 cash and leaving the area.
Earlier this year, the State Crime Command's Robbery and Serious Crime Squad commenced a renewed investigation into the incident under Strike Force Dibden.
As inquiries continue, detectives have released CCTV images of a man who may be able to assist with the investigation.
The man depicted in the images is described as being aged in his mid-30s, of Caucasian appearance, with a fair complexion, medium build and about 187cm tall.
He is further described as having distinctive brown curly hair, with a mullet-style cut and moustache.
The man depicted is described as wearing a white short-sleeved collared shirt, black 'Quiksilver' boardshorts and white 'Reebok' sneakers.
Robbery and Serious Crime Squad Commander Detective Acting Superintendent Grant Taylor said police were urging the community to look closely at the images to help officers identify the man shown.
"We know it has been a lengthy period of time since this offence was committed, but it was, and remains today, a serious and frightening crime," Det A/Supt Taylor said.
Since renewed inquiries had commenced, police had received information to suggest a man of a similar physical description may have information about a second robbery in the Rockdale area around the same time.
"As investigations continue, detectives will re-examine all the evidence previously obtained and we would urge anyone with information, or who may recognise the man in these images, to come forward," Det A/Supt Taylor said.
Anyone with information that may assist Strike Force Dibden investigators is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report crime via NSW Police social media pages.