NSW police have renewed their call for the community's help to find those responsible for multiple and possibly linked armed robberies across Wagga.
On Tuesday, police urged anyone with information about the crimes to consider he impact on victims and make a report.
"Put yourself in the shoes of the victims, would you want other people to come forward if you, a family member or friends were the victims of these crimes?" Riverina Police District posted on Facebook.
"It takes a community to protect a community."
An employee at the Hammond Avenue Caltex was threatened with a shotgun during an armed robbery early in the morning on December 4.
Three days later, a 70-year-old woman was robbed at knifepoint about 7am, on December 7, in the underground car park at the Wagga Marketplace.
Then, on Monday about 6am, the Foodworks store at the Lake Village shopping centre was robbed by two men who entered the store brandishing a shotgun.
Police said on Monday afternoon that the armed robbery cases were likely to be linked.
"Wagga has seen a spate of armed robberies over the last six days, two of these have involved the use of a firearm and one included an attack on an elderly female in Wagga Marketplace," Riverina Police District posted on Facebook.
"Police are continuing their investigation in relation to these incidents, however, police believe there are persons in the community who may have knowledge of these incidents and/or the persons involved and police strongly urge those persons to come forward with any information they may have in respect to these crimes, no matter how small the information may seem at the time, it may assist police."
"If you have information in relation to these crimes please contact your nearest police station or report the information to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000."
A NSW Police spokesperson said they were not releasing any more information on Tuesday beyond the Facebook post.