Police Appeal For Witnesses To Dukes Meadows Robbery

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Chiswick Police are appealing for witnesses to an incident that happened close to the new paddling pool in Dukes Meadows.

The robbery took place towards the end of the summer holidays on Monday 21st August near Cavendish School off Edensor Road. 

The victims were two white schoolboys aged 12 and 10 years who were out together at 4.30pm.  They were stopped and violence was used to restrain them as to teenage suspects searched the victims pockets taking a mobile phone and some cash to a value of around £60.

Both young victims were left extremely distressed by the incident.

Police are looking for two suspects both males, about 15 years old, 5’10”. One was black, cropped hair, flattish nose, wearing a black hoody with graffiti writing. The second was white, thin face, thin body, cropped dark brown hair, wearing a grey hoody.

Any information to PC Sylvia Diggins on the Robbery Squad on 020 8247 5940 please.


September 21, 2006