School Girls Mugged At Knifepoint For Their Mobiles

Police issue CCTV image of Chiswick Mainline Station suspect

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British Transport Police have released these CCTV stills in the hope that local residents may be able to identify the youth who mugged two 11-year-old girls mugged at knifepoint.

In incident happened on Friday May 11th at 4.00pm at Chiswick Mainline Station.

The girls, who were on their way home from school, were approached by a male who asked for the time.

One of the victims got out her phone to see the time which the male snatched. He then produced a knife and threatened the other girl, demanding she too hand over her mobile phone before he boarded a train.

The two girls described the suspect as being aged about 17, of Afro-Caribbean appearance with a shaved head. He was wearing black trousers, a green hoodie and black shoes.





Anyone with information, who was at the station at the time of the incident or recognises the person in these stills is asked to call the British Transport Police witness appeal line on 0207 391 5275 or call 0800 40 50 40.

July 3, 2007