Teenagers threaten and rob passengers on Greenhithe bus

PUBLISHED: 14:58 08 September 2016 | UPDATED: 14:58 08 September 2016



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One victim’s mobile phone was allegedly stolen

Witnesses to a robbery which took place in broad-daylight on a public bus are being asked to come forward.

Passengers on a bus travelling through Greenhithe were reportedly threatened and robbed on Tuesday.

The victims, two teenagers, were robbed by two other teenagers, who boarded the bus at the same location.

A mobile phone was allegedly stolen, after the suspects threatened to hurt their victim.

The suspects then got off the bus at Ebbsfleet Station.

The incident took place between 5pm and 5.40pm.

A Kent Police spokesperson offered a description of the suspects.

“The suspects have both been described as black and around 16-year-old.

“One suspect is described as having short black hair, wearing blue glasses a grey Nike tracksuit, black Nike trainers and a grey scarf.

“He was around 5ft 2in with a British accent.

“The second suspect is described as being taller than the first suspect, wearing dark glasses a black Nike tracksuit and Air Force trainers.

His hair is described as shoulder length and braided tightly to the head.

Anyone with information can call Kent Police on 01474 366149 quoting reference XY/035190/16.

Alternatively contact Kent Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

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