Hunt to find robbers who targeted teen in Kilburn after he visited the bank
Nineteen-year-old was robbed of �2,750 he withdrew to buy a car
Detectives have released CCTV images of two men they would like to speak to after a teenager was robbed in a train station.
The 19-year-old was attacked in Brondesbury train station by two men who they believe witnessed him withdraw �2,750 from his bank account the day before.
The man, who was planning to buy a car, fled into the station after he noticed he was being following in Kilburn High Road.
However, the robbers followed him on to the station platform where they pushed him against a wall, threatened him and stole an envelope containing the cash.
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British Transport Police are investigating the robbery which took place on July 20 at 5.15pm.
DC Sutherland said: “Not only was the attack violent, but that it may have been pre-planned makes it even more callous.
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“If you were in the area on the day, witnessed the robbery, or recognise either of the people pictured in the CCTV image, I urge you to get in contact.
“BTP takes robbery offences extremely seriously and we are exploring all leads to find those responsible for this incident.”
Both men are black and in their mid 20s and of medium complexion.
The firs suspect is muscularly built and was wearing a grey tracksuit with a hooded-top and a red logo.
The second man is slim and was wearing a black hooded top and had a distinctive gap in the front of his teeth.
Anyone with information can call British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference B8/LNA of 11/08/2011 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.