Teenager head butted during attempted street robbery

Burlington Lane incident leaves boy nursing black eye

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An attempted street robbery on Friday 26th May 2006 left a teenager with a black eye.

The incident happened at 15.15 as two white male students, aged 16 and 17 years walked along Burlington Lane.

The victims were stopped by two male suspects riding cycles, who demanded a bag they were carrying. The lads ran away but were pursued by the suspects who head butted one of the students causing a black eye.

The suspects rode off towards Chiswick BR Station.

The first suspect was white, about 17 years, 6’, short blond hair. The second suspect was white, about 17 years, 5’07”, wearing a grey hooded top, short black hair.

Any information to PC Avtar Bhamra in the Robbery Squad on 020 8247 5940 please.


June 6, 2006