An Uber Eats delivery driver was kicked in the face and robbed by a man armed with a knife.
Police released footage of the moment the 20-year-old man was approached by another man wearing a jumper and red Converse shoes while he sat out the front of Wentworthville Railway Station in Sydney's west.
The robber kicked him in the face, sending the man's phone flying to the footpath.
He then pulled a knife out of his pocket and held it in his hand while standing over the delivery driver.
The robber kicked him in the face, sending the man's phone flying to the footpath
A conversation ensued before the Uber Eats driver, with hands raised in the air, was forced to walk to a nearby ATM to withdraw cash.
The Uber Eats driver was able to escape and ran into a pizza shop to call for help.
The robber then fled the scene after losing the man, snatching the helmet and backpack and driving off in the stolen delivery scooter.
The scooter was last seen turning into a park near Finlaysons Creek, a short drive from the station.
An inaudible conversation ensued before the Uber Eats driver, with hands raised in the air, was forced to walk to a nearby ATM to withdraw cash
Police are now appealing for public assistance to locate the robber.
They shared the footage of the assault and pictures, including one which appears to show the bottom half of his face. His eyes are covered by a black cap and hoodie.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Uber for further information.
The robber then took the helmet and backpack, started the motorbike and drove away