Officers investigating a robbery in Moorends last month have released two e-fits of men they would like to identify.
In the incident police are investigating, a man was reportedly pushed to the floor and threatened with a knife before having the bags he was carrying taken from him.
A spokesperson for South Yorkshire Police said: “The 28-year-old man was walking towards the train station along a pathway that runs from Marshland Road, Moorends, along the back of the train tracks, at around 10.50am on Monday 12 February, when he passed two men.
“One of them men is said to have pushed him to the floor, before the second man reportedly threatened him with a small kitchen knife.
“The two men then took the man’s rucksack and a H.Samuel jewellery bag he was carrying, before heading towards the railway.
“The victim, who was not injured, then left the area, going back towards Marshland Road”.
Police investigating have now released two e-fits of men they want to identify (above).
Anyone with information about the incident should call 101 quoting incident number 327 of 12 February 2018. Information can also be passed to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.