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Appeal as teenage moped rider threatens man with weapon in Edenbridge High Street

By Luke May

A teenage moped rider is being hunted by police after an argument broke out in Edenbridge.

Police are investigation reports the rider, described as white and around 17-years-old, was driving erratically down Edenbridge High Street on Saturday, April 6.

He then stopped and threatened a man with a weapon outside a pub.

Edenbridge High Street (8428878)
Edenbridge High Street (8428878)

The incident happened at around 6pm.

The rider, who had a slim build, was wearing a black jacket and trousers, a balaclava with a white helmet and a coloured stickers. His moped was black and had an L-plate

The rider is described as being white, around 17 years old, of slim build and wearing a black jacket and trousers, a balaclava and a white helmet with coloured stickers. His moped was black and had an L-plate.

Witnesses or anyone with information should contact Kent Police on 01622 604100 giving crime reference 46/65594/19.

Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers in Kent anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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