ACT police have called for witnesses to come forward after an alleged aggravated robbery at a newsagency.
Police said four men carrying three weapons stole money and a number of items from Rivett Newsagency about 4.30am on Sunday, April 1.
The men, who had their faces covered, are believed to be of average build and height, and may be aged in their 20s.
Police said no one was hurt, and that the group travelled south in a white Mitsubishi Mirage after leaving the newsagency.
The first man was wearing a black heavy jacket, with a cream grey side, hood and part of the sleeves, and dark shoes.
The second man was wearing a grey hooded jumper, blue track pants, black shoes, and a purple glove on his left hand.
The third man was wearing a blue hooded jumper with a pocket on the front, grey three-quarter pants, and white shoes.
The fourth man was wearing a blue-grey hooded humper with a red hood and red front pockets, cream pants, and red shoes.
Police are urging anyone who may have any information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website.
Information can be provided anonymously, quoting reference number 6250442.