A teenager was hurt during a knifepoint robbery in Canterbury last night.
The 19-year-old was approached by a gang of teenage boys in the Garden of St Mary de Castro off Castle Street just before 7.30pm.
A member of the group brandished a knife and cut the victim's hand while demanding that he hand over his wallet and phone.
After injuring the teenager and taking his belongings, the gang - some on foot and some on bikes - headed towards Canterbury East train station.
The knife-weilding man is described aged 19 to 20, white, between 5ft 11in and 6ft tall, with medium brown curly hair and a stubble beard. He was wearing a grey tracksuit with a hooded top and carrying a black man bag.
The victim’s phone was recovered in the garden but his wallet is still missing.
Detective Constable Leigh Morris said: "We are keen to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time of the robbery and witnessed the incident, or anyone who recognises this description."
Anyone with information should call 01843 222289 quoting reference 46/13067/19.