Two shotgun-wielding thieves have robbed a Geelong liquor store.
The bandits robbed the Newcomb bottle shop on Watsons Road at about 10.30pm on Friday.
The terrified cashier has described the moment the men blasted in and pointed a gun at his dad, who also works at the store.
'It felt like terrorism,' the cashier, who asked not to be named, told 9 News.
'I don't know why two people have to walk in with a gun.'
Shocking CCTV footage shows the men brazenly running into the store pointing their guns at the cashier, before demanding cash and cigarettes.
The cashier's father tries to escape, but the robbers catch up to him and point a gun in his face.
'I was scared for my dad because he was fighting with them and they had a gun,' the cashier said.
The men made off with cash and cigarettes but left a glove behind, which is now being forensically tested.
The first offender is described as Caucasian, around 175 cm tall, stocky build and wearing a black long-sleeve hooded top.
He wore black gloves with a whiteprint on the back of the hands.
The other man is described as Caucasian, around 185 cm tall, thin-build, and wearing a dark long-sleeve jacket with a camouflage-style pattern, black pants, black gloves and white shoes.
Police have released images of a pink and black sports bag that was used in the armed robbery.