Its believed to have happened around 8.00pm At the store on the junction of Bennett Rd.
Its believed that the Todays Local convenience was targeted around 8pm last night.
Police could be seen inside the store interviewing the female shop assistant and manager.
Police could be seen searching the surrounding area of the shop.
CSI were also at the store to collect evidence
Police were also seen knocking on neighbouring properties to see if anyone had seen anything.
Humberside police reported that a teenage boy entered the shop, allegedly carrying a knife, and spoke to a member of staff. The staff member challenged him and he left immediately, walking in the direction of Isaacs Hill.
“Nobody was injured in the incident and nothing was taken from the shop.”
She added: “The boy is described as being around 5ft 5ins tall, of medium build and was wearing a black ski type mask over the bottom of his face, a black hoody with the hood pulled up and black joggers.
“Officers are in the area today, carrying out enquiries and we would encourage anyone with any concerns to speak to them.”
Anyone with information about the attempted robbery can call the Humberside Police non-emergency 101 line quoting log 533 of 10/12/19 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.