Published: 11:45, 04 July 2017 |
Updated: 12:00, 04 July 2017
Two teenagers were robbed by a gang of men in Headcorn, police say.
The youths were skating in The Foreman Centre's car park off High Street just before 9pm on Sunday (July 2) when a white Ford transit van pulled in.
Three men got out and approached the victims, initially making friendly conversation, then asking them for money.
When the teenagers said they didn't have any one of the men searched one of their bags.
The men, who were all white and around 18 years old, stole cash and threatened them before driving off in the van.
The first suspect was around 6ft tall, and with blond curly hair which was shorter on the sides. He had a southern accent and blue eyes and was wearing a white crew neck t-shirt and dark jeans.
The second suspect was around 6ft tall with brown greasy hair. He also had an Irish accent and was of medium build. He was wearing a green long sleeve t-shirt and trousers.
The third suspect is also described as 6ft tall with light brown hair and of a medium build. This suspect also had an Irish accent.
Anyone with information can call Kent Police on 01622 604100 quoting YY/017990/17. Alternatively, contact Kent Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
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