A knife-point robber remains at large.

Now, Sussex Police has compiled an e-fit image of the man they are looking for.

Shortly before 3pm on Tuesday, May 13, this year, a newsagents in Southgate Parade in Crawley was robbed.

Police say a man came into the shop, threatened a shop worker with a knife and demanded money.

A quantity of money was handed over.

A shop worker received stab wounds to his hand and bottom as he tried to get the man out of the shop.

He was taken to East Surrey Hospital to be treated for his injuries which were not believed to be life threatening.

Detective Constable Kai Murray said: "The suspect is described as being about 30-years-old, just under 6ft, having brown hair and tanned with a scarf round the bottom half of his face, which is believed to have slipped during the struggle.

"We believe the suspect left with his hood up in the direction of Collier Row."

Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information.

Email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101, quoting serial 816 of 13/5.

You can also call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.